The Association of Collegiate Anglers announced earlier in the year that Garmin will continue its support of the 2014 Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series! As part of this support, both the ACA and Garmin were excited to announce the creation of a new discount program designed exclusively for collegiate anglers competing in college fishing events.

“Garmin is proud to continue its support the Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series and the collegiate anglers who compete, because they’re the future of the sport,” said Ted Gartner, Garmin’s Director of Corporate Communications. “Garmin marine electronics offer anglers leading-edge features that are easy to use. And with this new discount program, we’re excited to introduce more and more young anglers to experience the Garmin difference and learn more about our newest marine products.”

Collegiate Anglers will enjoy a substantial discount when purchasing items to help them navigate waters, roadways or trail ways. The discount program details can be found on line at www.CollegiateBassChampionship.com or by emailing Wade@carecotv.com.

This offer also includes all the new state of the art products Garmin has recently introduced to include the new ClearVU Sonar Scanning Technology that features state of the art capabilities as well as all the new mapping opportunities available today.

“Garmin is an industry leader in navigation and support to bass fishing as well as the outdoors in general. I’ve always been impressed with the ease of operation when it comes to operating any of Garmin’s units and collegiate anglers will too. No matter whether they’re on the water, in their vehicles heading to the water or any other outdoors activity they will find the Power of Simple from Garmin to be something they will embrace” said Wade Middleton, President of CarecoTV, and Director of Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing series. “It continues to be an honor to call them our partners in this series and event.”

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