Nautilus Reels for Hurricane Irma

IMG_0903.JPGNautilus Reels is auctioning off numerous custom reels on eBay and will offer 100% of sales to support people impacted by Hurricane Irma.

From Nautilus Reels:

“Nautilus Reels will be supporting Hurricane Irma relief efforts with customized Nautilus reels for auction. 100% of sale prices on eBay will be donated to the Guides Trust Foundation.

No region was hit harder than the Florida Keys. This special community of fishing guides and anglers faces a long road to recovery. Damages to business and personal property, loss of income from cancelled days on the water, and reduced travel and tourism to the Keys make this time especially challenging. But we can help.

Nautilus is pleased to join other businesses in the fly fishing community to support the Guides Trust Foundation in their efforts to establish a special guides relief fund. Dollars raised will be provided to guides and their families during this difficult time by the Guides Trust Foundation based on recommendations made by the Florida Keys Fishing Guides Association and the Lower Keys Guides Association.

Your support is needed, too. Please consider bidding on the reels we have on our eBay page or send your most generous contribution to: Guides Trust Foundation c/o Rand Holstead, 1800 Augusta Drive, Fourth Floor, Houston, TX 77057. Or donate online at https:\\www.guidestrustfoundation.org/memberships-donations.cfm. Please reference “Hurricane Irma” in the notes section for online gifts.

As for the auction, we will cover any shipping and handling fees to ANYWHERE in the world. Thank you for contributing!”

To see what’s available for bidding, please click here.



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