E.J. Jaxtimer Builder, Inc. Announces 2nd Annual Charter Cup Fishing Tournament

July 18th - Sponsorships available now

The 2nd Annual Charter Cup Fishing Tournament, presented by E.J. Jaxtimer of E.J. Jaxtimer Builder, Inc. and Sam Baxter of Baxter’s Boathouse and Fish & Chips, will be held on Wednesday, July 18, 2018.

The 2nd Annual Charter Cup Fishing Tournament is an invitation only, one day event, with a group of local businesses and fishing boats teaming up to raise money for their chosen charity. Each boat needs to raise minimum of $2,500 to enter the tournament. The winning boat with the heaviest bluefish and striped bass receives an additional $1,000.

This year’s Cape Cod charities include Cape Abilities, Special Olympics Cape Cod & Islands, May Institute, Cape Cod Child Development, WellStrong, [redacted], Housing Assistance Corporation Cape Cod, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod & the Islands, and the Yarmouth Police Foundation.

“I am thrilled to have everyone on board and to add three new worthy charities including Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod & the Islands and the Housing Assistance Corporation Cape Cod. I am also happy to share that we are adding the Yarmouth Police Foundation to this year’s tournament due to the recent loss of K9 Sargent Sean Gannon. We raised over $50,000 last year and hope to raise even more this year.” says event organizer E.J. Jaxtimer. 

The tournament is now seeking donations in the amounts of $1,000, $750, $500 and $250.

100% of all proceeds go directly to each charity involved.

For those interested in donating to one (or more) of these charities or would like to learn more, please contact E.J. Jaxtimer directly by cell phone: 508-776-0923 or by email: [email protected] or visit www.jaxtimer.com/chartercup2018

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