BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA — LaCrosse Footwear, a leading developer of innovative hunting boots and waders, renews its support of conservation as a 2019 Champion of Delta Waterfowl Corporate Sponsor.
“LaCrosse Footwear is honored to continue our partnership with The Duck Hunters Organization,” said Nicole Orr, senior marketing manager for LaCrosse Footwear. “Delta Waterfowl and LaCrosse have a shared commitment to conservation and the preservation of waterfowl hunting today and well into the future.”
For over a century, LaCrosse has manufactured premium-quality rubber boots for hunting, working or tending the land upon which they tread. From the company’s revolutionary AeroForm boots to its insulated, breathable Wetlands waders, waterfowlers trust LaCrosse Footwear for durability and comfort.
“The Duck Hunters Organization is thrilled that LaCrosse has renewed its Champion of Delta Corporate Sponsorship for 2019,” said Brad Heidel, senior director of corporate partnerships and advertising sales for Delta Waterfowl. “LaCrosse has strongly reaffirmed its commitment to helping Delta produce ducks and secure the future of waterfowling in North America.”
LaCrosse Footwear, Inc. is a leading developer and marketer of branded, premium and innovative footwear for expert work and outdoor users. The company’s trusted Danner and LaCrosse brands are distributed domestically through a nationwide network of specialty retailers and distributors, and internationally through distributors and retailers in Asia, Europe and Canada. Work customers include people in law enforcement, agriculture, construction, industry, military services and other occupations that need high-performance and protective footwear as a critical tool for the job. Outdoor customers include people active in hunting, outdoor cross training, hiking and other outdoor recreational activities. Visit lacrossefootwear.com and danner.com.
Delta Waterfowl is The Duck Hunters Organization, a leading conservation group working to produce ducks and secure the future of duck hunting in North America. Visit deltawaterfowl.org.
For more information, contact Brad Heidel at (651) 403-1772 or firstname.lastname@example.org.