Fishing & Boating News

Top Angler, Dave Lefebre Signs With Quigley

Kicks of Competitive Tour in Quigley 4x4 Van

by: Joe Opager, Director of Public Relations,

Photo by courtesy Quigley
Photo by courtesy Quigley
(Mar 15, 2015 - Manchester, PA) Quigley Motor Company, manufacturer of 4-wheel drive conversions for Ford, General Motors and Nissan announces its yearlong sponsorship with top-ranked professional angler, Dave Lefebre. As part of the sponsorship agreement, Lefebre will travel the tournament series in a  Quigley 4x4 Van.

Recognized as one of the most skillful and accomplished anglers in Forrest L. Wood Tour (FLW) history, Lefebre (and his family) will use the Quigley 4x4 van to travel between stops of the prestigious FLW championship tournament, which kicked off last week at Lake Toho, Florida.

“I put on so many miles I often feel like a professional driver who fishes on the side. Our vehicles are basically giant tackle boxes on wheels, and my new Quigley 4x4 is as good as it gets in that category, plus it's extremely comfortable to drive,” states Dave Lefebre. “I’ve been doing this for 13 years and while I feel I've finally found the absolute perfect tournament angler's tow vehicle, it's the people at Quigley that make this deal special. I'm really excited to be sporting a Quigley 4x4 across the country, it's a real head-turner for sure!"

Quigley 4x4 Vans are gaining in popularity among outdoors enthusiasts, who recognize the vehicle’s go-anywhere capabilities. Quigley’s conversions involve removing the original equipment manufacturers’ (OEM) 2-wheel drive components and replacing them with the Quigley 4x4 system, which includes OE manufactured axle, suspension, drive train and steering components, as well as the in-house manufactured Quigley driveshaft. Innovation, functionality, power and ample interior space, for an immense amount of gear, makes the Quigley 4x4 Van the perfect vehicle for Lefebre.

A third-generation, family-owned company founded in 1966, Quigley is the oldest and largest manufacturer of four-wheel drive conversions for full-sized vans in the industry.