Bloomington, Minn. (April 28th, 2011) -- For 43 years the youth and parents of the West Metro have come together to share in an annual Crappie Tournament held on Lake Minnetonka to promote the tradition and joy of fishing. With hard times affecting everyone, it appeared that yet another bubble had burst. Fortunately the with help of title sponsor Mactavish Benefits and Maynards Restaurant, this years tournament will live to see its 44th year of catching smiles and reeling in fun.
The event this starts Saturday April 30th from 6:00 AM 12:00 PM on Lake Minnetonka, with a Weigh-In at Maynards Restaurant in Excelsior from 12:00 PM 1:30 PM. Prizes are provided by Gander Mountain, Buffalo County Bucks, and MySeatFinder.com. Tickets are just $7 and can be purchased at the Shoreline BP station (4311 Shoreline Drive Spring Park, MN 55384) or during the weigh-in.
For more information on this years tournament see fishingminnetonka.com for more details.
About Mactavish Benefits, Inc.
Mactavish Benefits a subsidiary of Mactavish School Benefits, Inc. founded by Bernie J. Mackell to promote a means of financing health care that will IMPROVE COMPANYS BENEFITS WHILE STABILIZING COSTS. Research began in 1994 when the company evaluated all possible financing options available to employers with the ultimate goal, to offer a health insurance program that meets the employer's strategic financial objectives. Employers will adopt a proven model that produces price stability and reduction. Health insurance costs are increasing at levels exceeding 10% per year, which means to us, our current system of financing health insurance is not working. In a nutshell We Fix HealthPlans. We are pleased to offer this simple yet revolutionary approach to the Employer marketplace.
Jack McGinn Marketing Coordinator Mactavish Benefits, Inc. 952-942-6838 firstname.lastname@example.org www.WeFixHealthPlans.com
If you've got short, stubby fingers and wear reading glasses, any relaxation you would normally derive from fly fishing is completely eliminated when you try to tie on a fly. ~ Jack Ohman, Fear of Fly Fishing, 1988