Join Grundens at the Pacific Marine Expo booth 715 from November 8 and 9 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. for a Cappy Hour. You can grab a complimentary beverage and hat with seven different colors and nine patch options, which will get heat-pressed right then. 

Beer and hats are available while supplies last, so swing by during the two Cappy Hours. The Alaskan crab fisheries support many families in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, and businesses such as Grundens and Yeti believe in supporting the sustainability of these fisheries.

Grundens x Yeti Raffle

Grundens and Yeti have generously donated a swag package that consists of a Yeti cooler and drinkware, plus a Grundens hat, beanie, Full Share jacket, bibs, and Deck Boss ankle boots to make sure you’re set up for your next season on the water.

For the second year in a row, Grundens has decided to collect donations for the Alaska Bering Sea Crabbers (ABSC), and this year, donations for both the Cappy Hour and Yeti raffle will go straight to ABSC!

PME has also generously volunteered to match any funds raised during both the Grundens Cappy Hours and Grundens x Yeti Raffle.

How you can enter the Grundens x Yeti Raffle

Buy raffle tickets at $5 per ticket during the three days of the show at the Grundens booth 715. All proceeds from the purchase of the tickets will go to ABSC.

About Alaska Bering Sea Crabbers

ABSC is a non-profit organization seeking to provide economic stability to the crab industry and Alaska’s coastal communities, promote safety at sea, and produce premier crab products for American and global customers. They have been actively involved in all aspects of crab fishery research, sound management, and marketing. They are tireless advocates for the Alaska Bering Sea crab fisheries and continue to make positive impacts on the fishing fleets and families that depend on these fisheries for their livelihoods.

But there’s more...

Pike Place Fish Market will be at Grunden’s booth on November 8 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., demonstrating their fish-throwing and fish-processing skills. Aprons will be available for attendees to borrow and take their shot at catching a thrown fish.

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Carli is a Content Specialist for National Fisherman. She comes from a fourth-generation fishing family off the coast of Maine. Her background consists of growing her own business within the marine community. She resides on one of the islands off the coast of Maine while also supporting the lobster community she grew up in.

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