G2 Gemini Continues Ties with the Cabela's Collegiate Bass Fishing Series
Credit: The Association of Collegiate Anglers
The Association of Collegiate Anglers is proud to announce that G2 Gemini will continue its long standing partnership with the Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series through the 2017 season. As a sponsor of the Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series, G2 Gemini is offering collegiate anglers a specially discounted price on their high quality fishing jerseys and apparel.
Brad Raymond, President of Gemini Custom Apparel, stated that "G2 Gemini will now offer $39 for long sleeve fully customizable jerseys for college anglers competing in the Association of Collegiate Anglers events as well as other college events."
G2 Gemini has long been a supporter of the Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series since some of the very first collegiate fishing events ever held. "We think it’s important to help out these college anglers whenever possible," Raymond said. "Gemini is able to get more anglers wearing apparel that allows them to not only show off their school colors but also help them go fishing."
"G2 Gemini has been working with collegiate anglers since the series started. They’ve provided college anglers with a way to showcase their pride in their schools and those that help them fish with great discount pricing as well as contingency award program. Simply put they’ve been great partners to us and college anglers". Wade Middleton President of CarecoTV and Director of Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series.
G2 Gemini is located in northern Minnesota and has clients in over 25 countries. Known for their outstanding customer service, G2 Gemini has a wide jersey selection to cover all types of industry needs including fishing, NASCAR, Motocross, paintball and many more.
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