FOX NAMED AWWS NATIONAL TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR
Nov 18th, 2014 by OutdoorsFIRST
Modified Nov 18th, 2014 at 12:00 AM
Denny Fox, (center) is named AIM’s WWS Director
Anglers Insight Marketing (AIM) is pleased to announce that Denny Fox has been named National Tournament Director for the AIM Weekend Walleye Series (AWWS).
As National Tournament Director, Fox will be responsible for the day to day operations of the AWWS and will oversee the planned expansion of the series in 2015.
“I am very excited to take on this endeavor. I look forward to working with grassroots anglers to create a cutting edge team tournament circuit. I’ve been involved on the fishing side for a long time and feel I have some good ideas to help grow our sport for a new generation of tournament anglers.”
Fox served as the AWWS WI Division Tournament Director this past season and will continue in that role along with his new duties as National Tournament Director. The 2015 AWWS schedules are being finalized and more information will soon be available at www.aimfishing.com
Anglers Insight Marketing LLC (AIM™) is a unique tournament organization created and owned by many of the most accomplished and recognizable professional walleye anglers, along with others who share the mission of advancing competitive walleye fishing and making it sustainable into the future.
AIM is committed to marketing excellence on behalf of its tournament competitors, the tournament host communities, and the brands that partner with it. AIM is also committed to maintaining healthy fisheries across the nation by the development of the exclusive AIM Catch-Record-Release™ format which is integral to its dynamic events and unparalleled consumer engagement. For more information about AIM™, AIM Pro Walleye Series™, AIM Weekend Walleye Series, AIM sponsors and AIM anglers, visit www.aimfishing.com.
AIM Marketing Partners: Yamaha Marine, Warrior Boats, Alumacraft Boats, Nitro Boats, Mercury Marine, Navionics, Amsoil, Power Pole, Worldwide Marine Insurance, Team Lodge, Gemini Sport Marketing, National Fleet Graphics, The City of Oconto and PowerTran.