Atlas Awards FAQs


Where can I sign up?
How do I get paid once I win?
What products make me eligible?
What tournaments are sanctioned and what do they pay?
How can I get my event sanctioned?
Where do I have to finish to get paid?
What is the Grand Slam Bonus?
Where do I put my Atlas Awards decal?
 

Where can I sign up?

You can sign up online here thmarinesupplies.com or at sanctioned tournaments.

How do I get paid once I win?

Winners will be verified through the tournament organization. Claims must be submitted within 30 days of tournament win. Claim forms can be found at thmarinesupplies.com. Please allow 6-8 weeks for processing and payouts.

What products make me eligible?

  • AtlasTM Series Hydraulic Jack Plates
  • Hot FootTM
  • G-ForceTM Trolling Motor Handle
  • Two-way Boat Alarm
  • Loc-R-Bar
  • Troll-Tamer
  • Oxygenator
  • G-Force Eliminator
  • KVD Kong and Mini Kong Mount
  • Wave Tamer
  • Hydrowave H2
  • Conservation Culling System
  • YoloTek 
  • Eliminator Prop Nut

What tournaments are sanctioned and what do they pay?

Please see the Sanctioned Events tab for events and payouts.

How can I get my event sanctioned?

Please contact our Atlas Awards team at atlasawards@thmarine.com by March 31, 2018 to have your tournament trail considered as a sanctioned trail for 2017. Trails must have a minimum of six (6) tournaments and average 50+ boats to be considered eligible.

Where do I have to finish to get paid?

Previously, only T-H Marine product owners who finish in First Place in sanctioned events are eligible for payouts. New for this year, we also have the Highest Finisher Award, so if the tournament winner is not an Atlas Awards member, you can still receive payout . Only one payout per team is allowed.

What is the Grand Slam bonus?

The Grand Slam Bonus is an additional reward of 20 credits (equal to $500 cash, $1,000 in store credit) for having 30 credits or more participating T-H Marine parts on your boat.

Where do I put my Atlas Awards decal?

The Atlas Awards decal has to be in a visible spot on either the windshield, outside gunnel or tow vehicle.