Fish for a Cure donation of $311,000+ for 2016! New Record!
It was just announced that Fish for A Cure will be donating a minimum of $311,000 to Anne Arundel Medical Center's Geaton and JoAnn DeCesaris Cancer Institute in 2016! NEW Fundraising Record! - THANK YOU to each and every one of you who made this possible!
Citizen Pride / JEB Design, Inc. is a proud sponsor of F4AC since 2011. Over these 5 years, we have donated all our logo, branding and graphic design services to this important local Annapolis charity. Below are pictures from 2016 Fish for a Cure events which showcase the marketing products we created to make this charity a successful brand. Please visit Fish for A Cure's website to become a part of this fantastic charity!
Beautiful weather for the F4AC 2016 tournament! A Real rockfish meets our new 2016 burgee design!
F4AC 2016 tournament - the catch is in! Perhaps our new baseball cap designs helped bring the luck this year?!
Official F4AC branded long sleeve shirts keep the November chill at bay. Shirt colors represent different achievements: Volunteer, Captain and Sponsors. Each year we change the colors and design to develop a brand history and loyalty base.
Besides the official F4AC shirts, we also design the yearly "Kickin' Cancer's Bass" shirts that are sold by the Junior Board throughout the year.
Members of the F4AC Junior Board selling shirts at our Citizen Pride & LOCAL by Design sponsored fundraiser event in late October. Every little bit helps throughout the year for F4AC!
The F4AC fishing tournament ends at the Eastport Yacht Club for weigh-in and then the Shore Party begins! Can you spy Citizen Pride co-owner, Eva Barsin, in the pic?
F4AC celebrating went into the night! the Shore Party has become one of the big Annapolis events of the season.
Citizen Pride's co-owner and illustrator, Joe Barsin, proud creator of the logo and branding for F4AC, heads into the F4AC 2016 Shore Party at EYC. Another great year of Kick'in Cancer's Bass!
New this year for F4AC is this fantastic video created by T2PTV: Sailing on Demand