Jasper, Tex – Bassmaster veteran and 2013 Elite Serieschampion Todd Faircloth has partnered with Retirement National for the 2014season. Retirement National offers retirement planning services from a big picture point of view to hardworking people throughout East Texas and Southwest Louisiana.
Retirement National really caters to the people who have worked hard and saved hard for their retirement. “Being a professional angler doesn’t come with a great retirement plan which is why I have relied on Retirement National to help me plan my retirement and future. This allows me to focus on what Ienjoy most – my family, fishing and being in the great outdoors,” Faircloth stated.
Retirement National, located in Nederland, Texas is happy to have Faircloth promoting their services. Clark Shofner of Retirement National said, “Todd is an incredible angler and is very wise with his money. When we looked at his situation we were able to put a retirement plan together thatgives Todd the confidence in his retirement and future he needs to allow him to focus on fishing. We were able to help Todd prepare for a retirement he can count on. We like to do business with people who are just like us. People who enjoy family, friends and the outdoors. This describes the fans and supporters of professional bass fishing, which makes partnering with Todd agreat opportunity for us. With Todd we know we have an outstanding person and angler supporting us and sharing his experiences around the country. We believe that can and will help other individuals find us for help in planning their retirement.”
Faircloth is off to an outstanding start to his 2014 season finishing 7th at the Bassmaster CLassic on Lake Guntersville, 2nd at the Elite Series opener on Lake Seminole in Georgia and 10th at St. John’s river in Florida. Faircloth continues his season next week at at the Elite Series Table Rock lake event in Branson, Missouri.
For more information on Retirement National, please visit http://retirementnational.com/.
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