Delta Waterfowl Welcomes Remington Arms as a ‘Champion of Delta’ Corporate Sponsor

BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA — Remington Arms Company, an iconic manufacturer of firearms, ammunition, and related accessories, has become a Champion of Delta Waterfowl Corporate Sponsor.

“We are excited to be in a meaningful partnership with The Duck Hunters Organization,” said Christian Hogg, director of marketing for Remington. “Delta is leading the way in waterfowl conservation and securing the tradition of waterfowl hunting.”

A cherished American brand, Remington’s legacy of quality and innovation spans two centuries. Its shotguns and ammunition have been trusted in duck blinds for generations, from the introduction of the first American-made semi-auto shotgun in 1906 (Remington Model 11) and the best-selling shotgun of all time in 1950 (Remington Model 870) to its current, hugely popular semi-auto duck gun — the Remington Versa Max.

“We are thrilled to welcome Remington as a corporate sponsor,” said Brad Heidel, senior director of corporate partnerships and advertising sales for Delta Waterfowl. “Delta Waterfowl and Remington Arms Company are two historic brands that have stood the test of time, and yet continue to invent game-changing ideas, so this is a natural fit.”

Remington Arms Company (“Remington”) is America’s leading manufacturer of firearms, ammunition and related accessories. For over two centuries, its products have been sought after by hunters, shooters, collectors, home and personal defenders, as well as by government users in the United States, and in more than 55 of our allied countries. Remington products served the U.S. military in every major conflict from 1816 to the present. Remington currently employs over 2,500 Americans, and operates major facilities in New York, Alabama, Arkansas, North Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi, Missouri, South Dakota and Utah.  Visit remington.com.

Delta Waterfowl is The Duck Hunters Organization, a leading conservation group working to produce ducks and ensure the tradition of duck hunting in North America. Visit deltawaterfowl.org.

For more information, contact Brad Heidel at (651) 403-1772 or bheidel@deltawaterfowl.org.