|RANGER CUP: INDUSTRY’S MOST LUCRATIVE CONTINGENCY PROGRAM
TOP $3 MILLION IN CASH PAYOUTS
FLIPPIN (April 18, 2007) When you own a Ranger boat, you don’t
have to be the one hoisting the cardboard check on the final
day of the tournament to be fishing for real money. In fact,
as an angler in the Ranger Cup Program, you don’t even
have to take home first place to make money with the industry’s
most lucrative contingency program. And best of all, there’s
fewer boat requirements and more opportunities to win in the
Ranger Cup Program than with other programs. That’s why
it has paid out an incredible $3,011,616 in cash awards since
These days, there are about as many contingency programs as
there are equipment manufacturers. All tout theirs the same
way: cash prizes for their customers. But the pioneering Ranger
Cup Program is more than just a cash prize – it can actually
multiply tournament winnings and help you continue fishing tournaments.
To date, it’s already paid out more cash than all the
other major manufacturer contingency programs combined!
Being a part of the Ranger Cup Program has never been easier;
it’s open to any registered Ranger boat owner. To qualify
owners only need to fish from their Ranger, register for Ranger
Cup and meet clothing and decal requirements. In 2006, events
sponsored by 80 different tournament organizations around the
country and for multiple species qualified for Ranger Cup money.
No minimum boat field requirements, no strings attached: if
it’s on the list (and there’s a lot that are), Ranger
Cup could pay a lot of money for being the highest-finishing
participant in the event.
With the Ranger Cup Program, anglers aren’t discriminated
against for the year or model of Ranger boat they run. As long
as you run a Ranger boat – whether your boat is one year
old or forty– you are eligible to receive the money. Just
be the highest-finishing Ranger Cup participant and you win.
Plus, Ranger Cup has made it easier for anglers to multiply
their winnings through the Ranger Cup Powered by Yamaha and
Ranger Cup Powered by Evinrude E-TEC bonuses. These bonuses
will pay up to $250,000 in incentive money to qualifying Ranger
Cup participants who run Ranger boats with either a Yamaha or
Evinrude E-TEC engine.
Combined with the added incentives from Yamaha and Evinrude,
the Ranger Cup Program and its minimal requirements are redefining
what real money really is.
About Ranger Boats
Ranger Boats, headquartered in Flippin, Ark., is the nation's
largest manufacturer of premium fiberglass fishing boats, including
a series of bass, multi-species, fish 'n play and saltwater
boats. Founded in 1968 by Forrest L. Wood, Ranger Boats continues
its commitment to building the highest quality, strongest performing
boats on the water.
Genmar, with approximately 4,500 employees and eight manufacturing
centers, is the builder of 14 premier brands of recreational
boats which include Carver®, Champion®, Four Winns®,
Glastron®, Hydra-Sports®, Larson®, Marquis(TM),
Ranger®, Scarab®, Seaswirl®, Stratos®, Triumph®
and Wellcraft®. Genmar boats are sold worldwide through
its approximately 1,100 dealers. Additionally, Genmar utilizes
its proprietary VEC® Technology and the Roplene® process
in both the manufacture of certain of its recreational boats
and for third party manufacturing.