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Corner Brook based company receives funding for promotion and development of fly-fishing experiences



The province has awarded $46,305 to Tight Loops Tight Lines to support the company’s promotion and development of fly-fishing experiences.


Minister of Industry, Energy and Technology Andrew Parsons announced the funding through the Business Development Support Program on Wednesday.


The Corner Brook based company was launched by Kastine Coleman in 2018 to introduce more women and youth to the traditionally male-dominated sport of fly-fishing. Her angling lessons expanded into the world of multimedia. Her business model included a strong focus on videography and photography that helps broaden the operation’s virtual footprint through film and written content.


This support from the Business Development Support Program will allow Tight Loops Tight Lines to expand its market presence and product offerings and look to new markets and clients. Funding will cover items such as advertising, trade show attendance, professional fees and skills development, content creation and network development.

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