CCA SC, Sea Hunt Boat Company extend marine conservation partnership
Nations top selling saltwater boat builder committed to conservation, recreational angling
Columbia, S.C. – With the start of the new year, marine conservation and recreational saltwater fishing in the Palmetto State received a shot in the arm with the announcement that CCA South Carolina and Sea Hunt Boat Company have extended their partnership. 2020 marks the seventh consecutive year of the two organization’s collaboration and both are very excited about what the relationship has been able to accomplish towards the promotion and enhancement of those two defining traditions in South Carolina.
“We are pleased and honored that Sea Hunt Boat Company believes in the conservation and angling track record that CCA SC has established,” said Jay Brown, CCA SC state chairman. “Having a true home-grown industry leader in the boating community that sees the positive impacts of those efforts and is willing to contribute towards future successes speaks volumes about the community values of Sea Hunt Boats. We are proud to have them as a partner as we continue to work to improve recreational angling and our state’s marine resources.”
As an innovative leader in the industry, Sea Hunt Boats is committed to giving its customers the most boat for their money and strives to be the best value in the marine industry. It has earned a loyal following of customers all over the country. The company’s commitment to the sustainable management of our marine resources runs just as deep. Sea Hunt has once again been named the Official Boat of CCA South Carolina. The company also continues as the title sponsor of the organization’s growing S.T.A.R. Tagged Redfish Tournament as well as the presenting sponsor of the organization’s very popular annual Banquet Trail.
“We share CCA South Carolina’s vision for stewardship of our marine resources and we greatly admire the work they have done with their habitat program. We believe CCA is a complete marine conservation organization and so extending this partnership was an easy decision for us,” said Bubba Roof, Jr., president of Sea Hunt Boats. “As a company, it is our belief, now more than ever, that efforts for proper marine conservation need the strong support of the marine industry and we like to lead by actions not just words around here.”
“Sea Hunt’s commitment means more reefs, more restoration, more research and more recreational angling advocacy for Palmetto State fishermen,” said Scott Whitaker, CCA SC executive director. “As anglers, the team at Sea Hunt Boat Company gets that uniting sportfishing and conservation interests to marine manufacturing is good for both fish and fishermen.”