January 2018 – SuperClean, heavy-duty cleaning product manufacturer, recently announced its continued support of the Wild West Bass Trail (WWBT) for the 2018 season. The sponsorship covers both WWBT Pro/Am and team tournament events.
WWBT Operations Manager Jeremy DeHart said, “We’re so very excited to have SuperClean onboard again for this season, starting with the SuperClean Showdown on Lake Shasta in January. SuperClean offers a great selection of heavy-duty products for anglers, boat owners, and homeowners alike.”
SuperClean products include cleaner-degreasers in liquid, foaming, and aerosol sprays, as well as a heavy-duty wheel cleaners suitable for a wide variety of marine, automotive and household applications.
Jill Wohlman, SuperClean’s Vice President of Marketing said, “It’s a great partnership and we’re looking forward to building on last year’s success. We’re especially excited to launch our new contingency program that will reward those anglers who already use our products and others wanting an opportunity to try them out.”
New for 2018, SuperClean invites WWBT anglers to participate in its Super Bucks contingency program for the Lake Shasta Pro/Am. Anglers who purchase a minimum of $25 worth of products from a SuperClean dealer or at WWBT sanctioned events will be automatically entered into a drawing to win one of three $250 Super Bucks cash prizes offered at each Pro/Am tournament. Anglers wanting to learn more about SuperClean products can visit: www.superclean.com.
Offering professional-level competition throughout the west, the Wild West Bass Trail provides its anglers with the opportunity to further develop and advance their fishing careers. Additionally, the WWBT offers its corporate partners the opportunity to expand sales through comprehensive national and regional television coverage, exclusive on-the-water demonstrations, and various tournament incentive programs. For more information on the circuit, tournament schedules, or registration, visit: www.wildwestbasstrail.com or contact 480-571-1919.