Beaver Street Fisheries

Sea Best® Sponsors PGA TOUR Golf Pro Matt Every

A seafood company’s commitment to healthy lifestyles extends to the golf course

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (November 1, 2013) — Sea Best® seafood, in its continued mission to support healthy lifestyles, is proud to announce the sponsorship of PGA TOUR rising star, Matt Every.

“I am very excited about my partnership with Sea Best®,” said Every. “I love the fact that they are a family-owned company that came from humble beginnings to become a leader in their industry, and like me, call Jacksonville home. When I consider partnering with a company, I want that company to match my desire to excel, have an unwavering commitment to their clients and customers, and strive to be the best they can be day in and day out. Sea Best® met all these requirements and I am proud to support them and serve as a global brand ambassador.”

A University of Florida graduate, Matt Every has been featured in four PGA TOUR weekend final groups in 2013, and has four Top-10 finishes. He is currently 13th on tour in birdie average. In 2012, Matt had two second-place finishes and six Top-10’s. Matt’s top picks for seafood are lightly seared ahi tuna, and shrimp, any way he can get it!

“Matt Every exemplifies Sea Best® Seafood’s continued commitment to excellence and healthy living,” said Mark Frisch, executive vice president of Beaver Street Fisheries. “We are proud to welcome Matt to the Sea Best® family and to have him representing the Sea Best® brand, both on and off the golf course.”

About Sea Best®

Sea Best® is the flagship brand of Beaver Street Fisheries Inc., a family-owned and operated company started 60 years ago in Jacksonville, Fla. The brand, now being sold in Winn-Dixie, Bi-Lo and Costco retail stores, offers a full line of frozen fish fillets including premium varieties (ahi tuna, mahi, grouper, snapper), value varieties (cod, catfish, whiting), value added and breaded seafood (stuffed clams, maine lobster cakes, shrimp, calamari, scallops), and shellfish (lobster, crab).