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Center For Sportfishing Policy Welcomes New Corporate Members And Elevated Sponsorship Levels

Washington, DC – The Center for Sportfishing Policy is pleased to announce significant updates to its membership program for the year 2024. In an effort to advance its mission of advocating for marine recreational fishing, CSP welcomes two new corporate members: Safer Boater and Suzuki Marine. Additionally CSP announces that Garmin transitions to the Platinum membership level while Bass Pro ShopsYamaha Marine, and National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) rise to the new Diamond sponsorship level.

“We are thrilled to welcome Safer Boater and Suzuki Marine to our ranks,” said Jeff Angers, president of the Center for Sportfishing Policy. “Their dedication to marine conservation and promoting responsible boating aligns with CSP’s mission and enhances our advocacy efforts in Washington, DC.  
 
Angers continued, “Through their increased support, Garmin, Bass Pro, Yamaha and NMMA demonstrate not only their dedication to the recreational fishing community but also their commitment to our shared mission. With their leadership in technology, conservation and advocacy, we will continue to represent the millions of Americans for whom saltwater fishing is a way of life.” 
 
CSP is a coalition of leading advocates for marine recreational fishing and boating. The Center works to maximize opportunity for saltwater recreational anglers by organizing, focusing and engaging recreational fishing stakeholders to speak with one voice to shape federal marine fisheries management policy. The organization is non-partisan and focuses on having an impact in the national political arena, principally Congress and federal regulatory agencies, to promote conservation, a quality recreational fishery and improve angling and boating access. 
 
For more information on the Center for Sportfishing Policy and its partners, visit www.SportfishingPolicy.com.

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