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Last day to pre-register - Naked Warrior Project Fishing Tournament

by 26 North Yachts 17 Jul 09:06 UTC 25 July 2020

We still have spots available for the rescheduled 2020 Naked Warrior Project Fishing Tournament - so sign up today to take advantage of the early registration discount available until July 15! Simply click the "Learn More" link below to register.

You'll almost certainly never have a better opportunity to go fishing with Navy SEALs. Plus, the total prize money will be at least $12,000, with the winning team guaranteed to walk away with $5,000 (and possibly more). And no matter how you do in the tournament, everyone can enjoy a delicious dinner brought to you by The Sands Resort & Marina, cold adult beverages (for those 21+), and South Florida's best musical entertainment.

But July 25th isn't just about having an amazing time - you'll also be raising funds for a truly worthwhile cause. That's because all proceeds will go to Naked Warrior Project, an outstanding non-profit organization that was founded to honor fallen Navy SEALs and other Special Operations forces, and to provide support to their families.

Sponsorship opportunities are available!

Learn more here...

Tournament details

  • $475 Tournament Registration Fee before 7/15
  • $550 Late Registration
  • Sponsorships Opportunities Available
  • Kick-off Party on Thursday, July 23
  • Guaranteed Top Prize of $5,000!
  • Total Cash Awards of At Least $12,000!

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