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Stephen Browning launches new website with Pro Sites Unlimited

Posted by admin on February 6, 2013

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New website to take fans inside the tour with "Notes From The Boat."

Kansas City, Missouri - February 6, 2013 - Getting information from a Bassmaster Elite Series angler during an event can be like pulling teeth. But with the launch of StephenBrowningOutdoors.com, you can now get the inside scoop with "Notes From The Boat." Going live with the start of the 2013 season, Bassmaster Elite Series Pro, Stephen Browning puts it all online.

"I'm no stranger to the promotion game," said Browning. "But promoting our sport, requires a lot more than bringing a bag of fish to the stage and rattling off 12 sponsor plugs in twenty-three seconds."

With the launch of his new website, fans and followers become co-angler with an Elite Series Pro. What can you expect this week? What's in the box? How did practice go? What's it going to take to win? What went on back stage? Questions like these now come with answers as they unfold.

This season, Browning is competing on the Bassmaster Elite Series and Bassmaster Open Series tournaments. Since turning pro in 1996, he has competed in 215 professional level events across the United States and qualified for eight Bassmaster Classics. A graduate of Arkansas Tech University, Stephen holds a Bachelor degree in Fish and Wildlife Management and resides in Hot Springs, Arkansas with his wife Tammy and son Beau.

The launch of StephenBrowningOutdoors.com is powered by Pro Sites Unlimited LLC. Formerly Bass Pro Sites, Pro Sites Unlimited provides angler websites for national touring pros on the B.A.S.S. and FLW tournament trails as well as regional and weekend tournament anglers.

"Working with anglers and outdoor enthusiast companies that embrace the digital world like Stephen is why we started our company," said Ray Otterson, founder of Pro Sites Unlimited LLC. "We're part of the team. We may bury our noses in code and design and maximize social networks, but we're tournament fishermen as well. We understand these worlds and bring it all together."