Did you hear?... Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation is offering free business and information listings

Looking to become a one-stop shop for information on fishing and boating, the Virginia-based Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation is offering retailers, outfitters, clubs, campgrounds and conservation associations free business and information listings on its Web site.
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Looking to become a one-stop shop for information on fishing and boating, the Virginia-based Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation is offering retailers, outfitters, clubs, campgrounds and conservation associations free business and information listings on its Web site: www.waterworkswonders.org. In March, the foundation plans to kick off a national advertising campaign.

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