Win a boat while helping WWA

The Wounded Warrior Anglers of America, Inc. are raffling another boat, courtesy of Fort Myers Marine Owner Chuck Calkins, this year to raise funds for their nonprofit organization.

2014 NauticStar 2110 Sport Bay with 115hp Yamaha four-stroke & trailer

2014 NauticStar 2110 Sport Bay with 115hp Yamaha four-stroke & trailer

The 21-foot boat is a 2014, NauticStar 2110 Sport Bay with a 115 horse power Yamaha F115 with a 92-inch beam. It also has a magic tilt trailer and such added features as stainless steel props, 7×7 bow seat base, swim platform with a ladder, single battery switch and two gunnel rod holders.

The boat, motor and trailer packages is valued at approximately  $39,627.

Individuals can view the Sport Bay NauticStar and purchase raffle tickets during the Fort Myers Boat Show from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thu., Nov. 14, Fri., Nov. 15, Sat., Nov. 16 and Sun., Nov. 17 at Harborside Event Center, 1375 Monroe St., Fort Myers. The boat will be located in the Fort Myers Marine tent and wounded warriors will be volunteering and talking to people during the show.

Three thousand tickets were printed for the raffle, which are $20 a piece or six for $100. The raffle tickets can be purchased online at or by calling Judy Souders, vice president of Wounded Warrior Anglers, at 423-620-9104.

The winner of the boat raffle will be announced no later than May 26, 2014 at the Olde Fish House Marina, 4350 Pine Island Rd., Matlacha, Florida. The winner need not be present to win. The winner is responsible for the tag, title, delivery, dealer prep, registration and all applicable taxes.

“This is our largest fundraiser that pairs with the tournament on Memorial Day weekend,” Souders said of the Original Redfish Poker Fishing Championship. “This is how we raise funds to provide the Wounded Warrior and Caregiver Retreat for warriors, caregivers, spouses and children.”

The organization holds four large retreats for wounded warriors and their caregivers each year. Wounded Warrior Anglers helps its warriors by taking them out on the water for a day of fishing, which promotes a friendly and peaceful environment to help warriors heal. They also help the warrior’s caregivers by treating them to a day of relaxation at Spa 33 in Matlacha.

Purchase a raffle ticket and help support this organization that is doing so much for our warriors and caregivers.

Last year, the 5013c organization raffled off an 18-foot NauticStar, 1810 Nautic Bay boat.

Check out the other blogs I have written about the organization:


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