"On Ice" Tour Donations 2012

Recycled Fish On IceThe Recycled Fish “On Ice” Tour takes the Stewardship Ethic to ice fishing events from
the Dakotas to New England. We’re able to do it through the support of our sponsors,
event partners, volunteers, and individual donors like you.

Most of the tour costs have been covered, but we still have a little gap in our budget.
Can you help with a donation?

  Tour Management   100% PAID FOR BY TOUR SPONSORS  
  Printing Costs   100% PAID FOR BY TOUR SPONSORS  
  Clothing / Uniforms      100% PAID FOR BY TOUR SPONSORS  

We’ll also bring in some revenue from our raffle, tournaments and silent auction proceeds. Projections suggest we are just a little short, and since Recycled Fish belongs to all of us, let’s all pitch in a little to get there.

Here’s where we need help:

  Donate $70 for a night of lodging for the On Ice Tour Room Nights $70 each  
  Donate $70 for a night of lodging for the On Ice Tour Tanks of Gas $40 each  
  Donate $70 for a night of lodging for the On Ice Tour Event Shipments $25 each  
  Donate $70 for a night of lodging for the On Ice Tour Fish Recycling Bags $10 buys 30  

 

 

To help us out you can go directly to our secure Online Donation page. There are choices specifically for the "On Ice" Tour and some for general donations. Of course, you may donate any amount you choose.


Check Donations

To make a donation by check, make checks payable to "Recycled Fish."
Be sure to indicate it is for the "On Ice" Tour.

Checks can be sent to: 3109 Lone Tree Road, Bellevue, NE 68123


Everybody who makes a donation will get a copy of our “Stewardship On Ice” Booklet in the mail. We’ll throw in a couple of Grabber hand, toe or body warmers for donations over $50.

Please contact us with any questions you may have.

We have the Recycled Fish "On Ice" Tour "Short Rods" Long Sleeve T-shirt available at our Online Store. You can also get a copy of our new Stewardship "On Ice" booklet.

The Recycled Fish “On Ice” Tour brings the Stewardship Ethic to waters across the ice belt every winter. It would be impossible without the support of Strikemaster, Clam Outdoors Ice Team, Grabber Warmers and Vexilar.

The Recycled Fish Hardwater Opens also receive support from Scheels of Des Moines, Berkley and Fenwick.

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