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Leer launches contingency program

Leer launches contingency program

Truck-cap manufacturer Leer has launched a contingency program for tournament anglers call Cover Cash. To be eligible, anglers must own or purchase a Leer truck cap or Tonneau cover for their primary tow vehicle, signup for the free Cover Cash program at LeerCoverCash.com and then be the highest-finishing participant in any of the over 300 approved tournaments.

“Supporting tournament bass anglers simply makes great sense,” said Leer VP of sales, marketing and business development Kevin Page. “Tournament anglers tow with trucks, and within our California, Indiana and Pennsylvania factories, we produce the finest quality fiberglass caps and covers to help make sure the rods, reels, spare trolling motors and countless numbers of lures that our angling customers carry stay protected as they travel thousands of miles a year to tournaments.”

Circuits supported by the program consist of B.A.S.S., FLW, TBF, ABA Weekend Series and LBAA. The following team trails are also eligible: Alabama Bass Trail, Bass Champs, Nichols Marine Tournament Series, Platinum Team Trail, Priority Fishing Team Series, Skeeter XFL, Texas Team Trail and the Bassmaster Team Championship.

Payouts will range from $150 to $1,000. For example, a Bassmaster Open will pay a single award of $300 on the boater side and $150 to the highest placing non-boater. Team trail events will offer $150 to both the highest-finishing and second-highest finishing eligible angler in a regular season event.

Anglers can sign up at the URL above or by calling (918) 742-6424.

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