Kavajecz Wins Second Straight Toyota Rewards
Jun 27th, 2008 by OutdoorsFIRST
Modified Jun 27th, 2008 at 12:00 AM
Keith Kavajecz finished 15th at the 2008 In-Fisherman Professional Walleye Trail event on Bull Shoals Lake in Arkansas to notch his second Toyota Tundra Rewards check in as many tournaments.
Kavajecz was the highest placing Toyota Tundra owner at Bull Shoals, and finished 18th last month at the Lake Oahe PWT to claim that title as well.
Kavajecz has cashed $4000 in Toyota Rewards money in 2008, and cashed $3000 last year at the Wabigoon Lake Super Pro.
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The Toyota Walleye Tournament Rewards Program offers cash rewards to any walleye tournament Pro or Co-Angler running a 2007 or newer Toyota Tundra. Unlike many incentive programs that require a "money" finish to cash in on the rewards, the 2008 Toyota Walleye Angler Rewards Program offers the bonus to the highest finishing Pro or Co Angler in every 2008 PWT and FLW event, including the FLW Walleye League.
Contingency amounts range from $1000.00 in Walleye League Qualifying Events to $2000.00 per FLW Tour and PWT Regional Event, all the way up to $3000.00 for the Professional Walleye Trail Championship and the FLW Walleye Tour Championship.
OutdoorsFIRST Media, headquartered in Rhinelander, Wisconsin administers the program. Registration is available by calling the OutdoorsFIRST office or at the WalleyeFIRST.com web site. Once registered, qualifying Toyota Tundra Anglers are eligible to compete for the incentives offered by Toyota at each event.
The 2008 Motor Trend Truck of the Year, the new 2008 Toyota Tundra is the premier tow vehicle on the road today, offering a towing capacity of over 10,000 pounds. This is accomplished with a 5.7-liter i-Force V8 powerplant, heavy duty front disc brakes, a high capacity cooling system and a chassis with 30 percent higher tensile strength steel.
OutdoorsFIRST Media, headquartered in Rhinelander, WI, is a leading provider of outdoor industry news, events, tournament statistics and information. OutdoorsFIRST delivers relevant content to anglers through its network of sites; WalleyeFIRST.com, IceFishingFIRST.com, MuskieFIRST.com, BassFIRST.com, OutdoorsFIRST Upload and SalmonFIRST.com, and can be reached at (715) 362-1760.
For more information and complete rules and registration information, visit http://www.walleyefirst.com/toyota or contact OutdoorsFIRST Media at 715.362.1760.