Frogg Toggs to Sponsor 2012 Classic Champ Chris Lane

Today Frogg Toggs announced it has become an official sponsor of 2012 Bassmaster Classic Champion Chris Lane. Lane will endorse Frogg Togg’s line of innovative outerwear and cooling products.

Chris LaneBased in Arab, AL Frogg Toggs is firmly entrenched in the area surrounding Guntersville Lake. The company first became aware of Lane five years ago as word spread of a professional angler hosting a day camp for kids. As Chris Lane’s “Reeling in Future Pros” event grew in size the company began supporting the event. In 2012 all 150 campers received Frogg Toggs products with more planned for the 6th edition of the event. The date was recently set for July 20th at the Guntersville Harbor – also the site of the 2014 Bassmaster Classic launch.

“The relationship with Chris is first and foremost a personal relationship with a man of good moral standing, family values, competitive mindset, and winning attitude. These are all important to Frogg Toggs as a business and employer, so having Chris associated with our products and business was a natural decision,” said Frogg Toggs president Drake Maples.

“The companies I work with all have a strong desire to help kids get involved in fishing. Frogg Toggs is all about passing along the outdoor tradition and I am happy to now be officially part of their family,” Lane was quoted. “Frogg Toggs is a strong brand that holds a special place in the hearts of American outdoorsmen. The products have earned their reputation for being highly functional and affordable. I’ve spent a lot of time over the years picking out new items from the company showroom and putting them to use,” added Lane.

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