March 15, 2011

A New Contest with an Interesting Concept

I love contests....I enter them, put them on, look for them and can't get enough of them.  Well here is another one, and it's a pretty cool concept.  It features two rising stars on the Elite Series, Bradley Roy and Cliff Crochet "The Cajun Baby".  They are both part of the BioborEB team but are competing against each other in this contest, like they did last year for the AOY title.  Check out the details of the contest below.

Houston, TX – Today Hammonds Fuel Additives, Inc. officially announced a sponsorship of Bassmaster Elite Series anglers Bradley Roy and Cliff Crochet to promote Biobor EB, the Ethanol Buster.  They also released the details of a contest for fans of the two future stars.

The 2010 Bassmaster Rookie of the Year race went down to the last event where Roy edged out Crochet for the title by just 61 points.  Thanks to Biobor EB, this season fans can win prizes by voting for which of the two Elite Series sophomores finish higher in the standings at each event.  The winner of the contest will be the fan who correctly guesses the number of gallons of gas used by the winner during each event, including the 3 official practice days.

Crochet was the higher finisher in the first event of 2011, the Sunshine Showdown.  He finished in 12th place and used 73 gallons of gas.

Fans will cast their votes at (direct link is up until noon on the first day of each event.   Each winner will receive a case of Biobor EB, a pair of Rugged Shark shoes, and a selection of baits from both Taylor Man’s Custom Lures and Bill Lewis Lures.

Both anglers are excited about the contest.  “2011 is a brand new year and all that, but I do draw some motivation from not winning the Rookie of the Year last year,” said Crochet.  “Bradley is a great angler and a great competitor so adding this friendly competition will be fun.  As far as advice goes for picking a winner at each event…I’d pick me,” he said with a grin.

“I have a lot of respect for Cliff.  He nearly won an Elite Series event last year (Crochet finished runner-up by 2 ounces at the Pride of Georgia on Clarks Hill), so that is all you really need to know about how good he is,” said Roy.  “What advice would I have for picking which of us is going to win?  I don’t see a reason why anything would have changed from last year,” said a smiling Roy.  Roy was the higher finisher in 5 of the 8 events in 2010.

 Hammonds Fuel Additives, Inc. CEO Allan Hohman is excited about these two anglers and what they represent.  “Bradley and Cliff are great ambassadors for both their sport and for our company.  Our goal is to spread the word that protecting motors from the harmful effects of ethanol is a must.  Biobor EB, the Ethanol Buster effectively treats 45% more gasoline than the leading fuel stabilizer on the market.  So in addition to eliminating repair bills we also save boaters money on their fuel treatment.”


Biobor EB is formulated to prevent the separation of ethanol/gasoline fuel blends which helps combat the negative effects of ethanol in fuel tanks and engines, while increasing engine performance, efficiency and fuel stability.  The full line up of Biobor marine fuel additives are just the latest from this American manufacturer, also known for their innovative engineering and product design in the aviation, fuel and water treatment industries.  All Biobor products are available through the Hammonds Fuel Additives international sales distributor network, or for retail purchase at West Marine and a growing number of retail outlets.  Dealer inquiries are welcome at (800) 582-4224.
Hammonds Fuel Additives, Inc. offers the flagship product Biobor®JF for use as a biocide in multiple fuels. The Biobor Family of Additives includes Biobor JF, Biobor MD (Marine Diesel Performance Additive) and Biobor EB (Ethanol Buster that overcomes the harmful effects of ethanol in gasoline).

Rugged Shark designs and manufactures enthusiast footwear for the active, outdoor lifestyle including a full line of fishing and boating shoes, hiking, hunting, deck and pac boots, casual footwear, sandals and water shoes. The Rugged Shark Brand is synonymous with performance, comfort, quality and value.

At 19, Bradley Roy was the youngest competitor ever on the Bassmaster Elite Series and was crowned the 2010 Elite Series Rookie of the Year.  Fans can read Bradley’s blog and link to his Facebook page at

“The Cajun Baby” Cliff Crochet highlighted his Bassmaster Elite Series rookie season in 2010 by finishing 13th at the Bassmaster Classic and finishing as runner-up at both the Pride of Georgia on Clarks Hills Lake and the Elite Series Rookie of the Year race.  Fans can read more about Cliff at and interact with him through his Facebook page.
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