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Berkley trailer headed to Spokane

Berkley trailer headed to Spokane

The Berkley Experience Trailer will be at the White Elephant Store in Spokane, Wash., Thursday through Saturday (June 28-30). The 60-foot trailer offers consumers fun, great deals and activities, along with fishing education for all levels of anglers.

The trailer has videos and interactive demonstrations along with seminars scheduled throughout the day. Each stop has special retail promotions only available while the trailer is at the location.

“We're excited about having the Experience Trailer on the road in 2012 and stopping at many new locations across the country,” said Berkley marketing director Andrew Marks. "Our Experience Trailer team is set to help anglers of all ages and skill levels learn about our broad spectrum of products and how best to use them to catch more fish.”

Other elements include a knot-tying contest and demonstration, where anglers can learn new knots and compete for prizes. Under the tent, big-screen videos help anglers experience the adventure with Berkley and display racks are filled with the latest products. The Berkley Experience staff will be on hand to answer questions.

The store is located at 1730 N. Division Street in Spokane, Wash. The phone number is (509) 328-3100.

Future stops will be at Guns, Fishing & Other Stuff in Vacaville, Ca. (July 13-15) and Sunbirds in Chehalis, Wash. (July 20-22).

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