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Buff, Inc. Sponsors 2010 Georgia Kayak Bass Fishing Tournament Series

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Buff is providing the Georgia Kayak Fishing Tournament Series with 24 UV Buff for the 2010 tournament season.




PR Log (Press Release) – Mar 08, 2010 – SANTA ROSA, Calif. – Buff, Inc., known for stylish, versatile and multifunctional headwear popular among fishermen, is providing the Georgia Kayak Fishing Tournament Series with 24 UV Buff® for the 2010 tournament season, which kicks off its first of four stops this weekend, March 12-13, at Lake Harding in Columbus, GA.

The 2010 Georgia Kayak Fishing Tournament Trail (http://kayakfishingtrail.com/) incorporates some of the best fresh and inshore saltwater fishing in the country. The Tournament begins at Lake Harding just outside of Columbus, and then will move to the North Georgia Mountains for spring. The tournament will continue off the coast of Georgia for summer, and will land in Georgia’s Lake country for the fall finale.

Kayak anglers from around the country will vie to be crowned 2010 Georgia State Kayak Fishing Champion and take home the $7,000 value in cash and prizes for the first place winner.

Each tournament will be accompanied by a festival with kayak demos, arts and crafts, food, games and fun for the entire family. Those attending the festival can purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win a number of prizes (http://kayakfishingtrail.com/raffle-prizes/) including a UV Buff®.

“Buff® is pleased to sponsor this grassroots festival and support the kayak fishing community,” says Shirley Choi Brunetti, general manager and vice president, United States.

The UV Buff® protects against 95-percent of UV rays. With its Coolmax® Extreme fabric, sweat evaporates quickly and allows moisture to pass through the fabric. As a result,  any outdoor activity can be achieved with ease and comfort, and the user will be left feeling dry and cool during mid-day and warm while out in the early morning. The UV Buff® also incorporates Polygiene which protects against odor and keeps you fresh.

Buff, Inc. continues to produce the highest quality multifunctional headwear on the market. The company has just released its new premium-quality line of Pro-Series Gloves designed specifically for fishermen. The new Angler Gloves and Fighting Work Gloves are crafted to enhance dexterity, grip and offer the highest degree of UV protection (UPF 50+), providing anglers with a performance advantage literally in the palm of their hands.

For additional information on the Georgia Kayak Fishing Series, please visit: http://www.georgiakayakfishing.com

Please visit the Buff, Inc. website (http://www.buff.es/en/index.php?p=USA) and Social Media Release webpage (http://www.verdepr.com/smr/buff) for new products, as well as up-to-date company news, a “how-to-wear” demo video, images and much more. And join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter.

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About Buff, Inc.

Buff, Inc., located in Northern California, is a subsidiary of Original Buff, SA Spain, and established its U.S. presence in 2003. Popular for more than a decade in Europe, Buff, Inc. is now distributed in more than 42 countries across the globe. Buff performance headwear is all about versatility and simplicity – one garment serves many functions. Designed to offer technical performance and protection from the elements during a wide range of outdoor activities and sports, Buff models are available in hundreds of designs and styles. The new models incorporate technical fabrics such as Polartec®, Coolmax®, Insect Shield®, and Gore-Tex Windstopper®, as well as natural fibers like Merino Wool. Buff, Inc. has even brought customers into the design process, allowing them to create custom Buff® models at rates below suggested retail price. For more information on Buff, Inc. call 707.569.9009 or visit the Buff, Inc. website.


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adam hayes

About the Author: Adam Hayes is an avid kayak angler and the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com. He enjoys spending time on the water with his friends and family and really just about anything than involves growing the sport of kayak fishing.


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