Tubeology Ltd (a UK client of forum owner Fish&Fly Ltd) is delighted to announce its launch into America with distribution partner Umpqua Feather Merchants.
Established since 1972, Umpqua is internationally recognized as the leading provider of the highest quality flies and supporting products and it's for that very reason that Umpqua were keen to take on the Tubeology tube fishing range.
Riley Cotter, International Sales Manager at Umpqua reported "As soon as we saw the Tubeology range we were impressed with the high quality components and flexibility of the system. There's no doubt in our eyes that Tubeology is the best all-inclusive tube fly system and it is a perfect fit and significant addition to the Umpqua product portfolio. We are very much looking forward to taking Tubeology across the States via our specialist sales force!"
Tubeology was part of the tube fishing solutions evaluated by Umpqua and as stated by Umpqua's QC Manager Brian Schmidt "Tubeology is the 'Rolls Royce' of Tube Components and Technology."
"With Umpqua's keen and expert eye for quality and detail, this quality assurance accolade is a compliment indeed and we are very much looking forward to taking this partnership forward" quoted Ann Kitchener International Sales Director at Tubeology.
The launch takes place at the 2011 International Fly Tackle Dealer show August 18-20 in New Orleans where Umpqua will be launching their 2012 product line-up along with commemorating 40 years in the fly fishing industry with a highly expanded show presence. The Tubeology team will join Umpqua at the show to support the launch and work with the Umpqua team.
The launch into the States further demonstrates Tubeology's continued strengths as a leader in the specialist tube fishing market and international growth. Tubeology now has dedicated distributors in most key territories globally, across USA, Canada, Scandinavia, Pacific Rim and Europe and is working with these partners to ensure maximum support.
More information is available from Ann Kitchener at Tubeology