How often have you gotten the chance to own a $70,000-plus bass boat for $100? That opportunity has most likely never presented itself to you — until now!
At KingsHome.com, Randy Howell’s Triton boat is up for grabs for a $100 tax deductible donation to King’s Home, a shelter for children and women who are experiencing a rough patch in their lives.
“Robin (Howell’s wife) and I really fell in love with King’s Home about two years ago,” he said. “Our hearts really connected with their mission of helping and abused, neglected and abandoned kids. Their slogan there is ‘where hope lives,’ and it’s true; it’s the last hope for a lot of these kids.”
King’s Home homes provide a loving, structured environment for the at-risk children, many of whom turn their lives around after several months in a home. Like your household, King’s Home costs money to operate, and each $100 donation goes a long way toward positively impacting families. Plus, if you win, you’ve made quite an investment.
Howell’s Triton is a fully-loaded 21HP Elite with the top-of-the line Elite Series package that includes custom wood grain, a touch-pad dash, drop-in tackle trays, a landing net and custom colors among other things. Howell has upgraded the electronics to a Lowrance HDS 10 at the driver’s seat and an HDS 8 up front. Outback sits a 250-horsepower Mercury ProXS Optimax mounted to a 12-inch hydraulic jackplate and dual Power-Poles. Up front is a burly 101-pound-thrust Motor Guide trolling motor.
Ask any Elite Series pro who has the fastest boat, and Howell’s name frequently comes up.
“Right now, if you were to go price it out at a dealer, this package would run over $70,000; it’s got $15,000 in options alone,” Howell said. “Donating is truly win-win, you will be making a big difference in the lives of lots of other people.”
The drawing will be held on Dec. 4 at the King’s Home ranch in Chelsea, Ala., during the annual fishing derby which will include music acts and other entertainment including hay rides, speakers and games.