We are excited to welcome the team at Kanga Coolers as a Captain Sponsor and new swag partner for Fish For A Cure 2020. This homegrown group of entrepreneurs created a custom F4AC Kanga Cooler to help thank fellow captains and anglers for their partnership in supporting cancer care in our community.
As first year competitors in the F4AC Tournament and Paul C. Dettor Captain’s Challenge, Captain Austin Maxwell, Co-founder & Head of Sales at Kanga Coolers, shares how this enthusiastic crew plans to give back, have fun, and enjoy a brew or few on the Chesapeake Bay on November 7th.
What inspired KANGA Coolers to get onboard with FishFor A Cure?
F4AC is an incredible cause that supports 2 of our co-founders local community. We love giving back any opportunity that we can – especially when it hits so close to home!
Tell us more about the F4AC custom cooler- what makes this great for a day of fishing on the Chesapeake Bay?
The F4AC custom Kanga is a one of a kind cooler intended to wrap around your favorite 12-Pack of beer or soda, and keep it cold for up to 7 hours without any ice! Use the big, bulky coolers to keep your fish on ice, and save the Kanga Cooler for the cold beverages!
What is your goal for this year’s event as first-time participants?
We are super excited to donate 10% of sales from our website from 10/1-10/15, with a goal to donate at least $3000 to our boat from this initiative! We hope to have an amazing day out on the water with friends and family, while collecting as much content as possible so we can bring even more awareness to this cause + event in 2021!
What is your crew looking forward to most on the day of the F4AC Tournament and Virtual Shore Party?
We are super excited to see how the other anglers react to their custom F4AC Kanga Cooler, as well getting behind the “last effort” push to raise money. We hope to knock our $3000 goal out of the water and finish with the best of them!
Learn more about Kanga Coolers here. A portion of proceeds from their online sales from October 1st through October 15th will be donated to F4AC and directly impact thousands of cancer patients and their families at Anne Arundel Medical Center.