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Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship creates new prizes for teams entered in the 2010 tournament

Fort Frances April 27, 2010   To attract more first time teams, the Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship has created new prizes for the 2010 tournament. Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship chairman Tom Fry today announced significant changes to the prize board of this year’s championship.  The prize board with 125 teams entered will total $107,500 with the first first place prize amounting to $25,000.

Mercury Marine Renews Support for the Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship

Mercury Marine today announced that they have renewed their support for the Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship held annually in Fort Frances for 2010.  Since its beginnings in 1995, the Tournament and Mercury Marine have promoted this competitive tournament in North Western Ontario.

Lund Boats renews partnership with the Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship

Ryan Sproule, special events coordinator on behalf of Lund Boats Canada, announced that Lund Boats had renewed their partnership and sponsorship of the Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship.

“This marks the 16th year of our partnership in the Fort Frances tournament,” noted Sproule.  “Since its inception in 1995, Lund Boats and Pinewood Sports, the Lund Dealer in Fort Frances, have been important major sponsors supporting this community event.”

Safeway to again Sponsor KidPro Tournament at FFCBC

Canada Safeway announced that once again they would be sponsors of the Safeway KidPro, which kicks off the Fort Frances Canadian Bass Championship on Sunday July 18, 2010 from the Sorting Gap Marina in Fort Frances.  This marks the fourth year that Canada Safeway has been the Safeway KidPro sponsor.
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