Dyer partners with the Winner Travel Foundation for 2023 season

Fayetteville, Tenn. — Professional angler and inspirational speaker Clay Dyer, of Fayetteville, Tenn., has announced a new partnership with the Winners Travel Foundation.

“We are blessed, honored and excited to be partnering with Dr. Clay Lowder and the Winners Travel Foundation,” said Dyer. “We are so excited to serve alongside this incredible foundation to enrich the lives of special needs people, veterans and their caretakers. Our hope and prayer is that — through our efforts — we can enrich the lives of these amazing people. Kim and I are ready to face 2023 and beyond with Winners Travel Foundation displayed on both our 2023 Skeeter tour boat and our 2023 Toyota Tundra.”

The Winners Travel Foundation was established in 2019 to serve those who serve others, including caretakers and veterans. Their mission is to provide the gift of travel to those who dedicate their lives to taking care of a loved one while also offering peace of mind by striving to provide healthcare and assistance to dependents while the caregiver is traveling. Additionally, WTF offers speaking engagements, fundraisers and educational resources focused on mental, physical and spiritual health.

“Clay embodies the Winners Travel Foundation’s motto of helping people, physically, mentally and spiritually,” said founder Dr. Clay Lowder. “He has dedicated his life to traveling and inspiring others that they can do all things through Christ. He and his wife, Kim, are caretakers of her brother with special needs, and deserve every bit of recognition, respect and respite for the sacrifices they make on a daily basis because of their love for him. Clay is the definition of a winner because he goes around telling his amazing life story across the country, and helps change and influence lives to help make the world a better place. That is exactly what we are trying to do with the Winners Travel Foundation, serve those who served us, and try to make the world a better place through the gift of travel.”