Boca Grande Fla. (Dec. 8, 2014) – Gasparilla Marina launches an exciting new partnership with professional angler and celebrity TV host, Henry Waszczuk. The famed sportfisherman sought out Gasparilla Marina as the ideal location to store his Boston Whaler 270 Dauntless, which will be featured on the upcoming season of his award-winning TV series Fishing the Flats, and across various properties of his multi media company, Fins Media Group.
In the coming year, Waszczuk will captain and fish from a new 270 Dauntless, housing it in perfect protection at Gasparilla Marina’s in-house storage system. Numerous TV episodes are filmed in southwest Florida and Gasparilla Marina is situated in the heart of some of the best fishing grounds in the entire State.
The exciting, educational and entertaining TV Series brings in the largest viewing audience on FOX SPORTS week in week out. Most importantly, 2015 holds special significance, as it marks Waszczuk’s 30th year on television.
For Waszczuk, Gasparilla Marina was the clear choice. “I call the day before filming our TV series and my sportfishing rig is ready first thing the next morning to access the top fishing waters in southwest Florida with no delays, no headaches; the perfect scenario for any family; and any hardcore fisherman like myself.”
“We are proud to have Henry and his Boston Whaler sportfishing rig in our fully enclosed storage building, “,” said Gasparilla Director of Marketing, Bill Gregor. “Our state of the art facility is fully enclosed, hurricane rated to 130 mph and was designed for serious boaters who appreciate the amenities of a world class marina seeking to ensure their investment is protected and secure while in storage.
Throughout the 2015-2016 season, Waszczuk will make on camera video segments at Gasparilla Marina guest appearances including seminar presentations. Follow Gasparilla Marina on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/gasparillamarina
For more information, please contact Bill Gregor at (941) 697-2280 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org