BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA – As North America’s waterfowlers prepare anxiously for opening day, Delta Waterfowl is pleased to announce a new media partnership with The Grind Waterfowl TV for the exciting season ahead.
“Delta Waterfowl’s initiative to produce one million ducks per year, every year is a plan that The Grind Waterfowl TV is humbled to support,” said The Grind Waterfowl TV marketing manager Ricky Hart. “In order for us to thrive in business and as sportsmen, we need to help educate and support this unprecedented plan for future generations to come.”
The Grind Waterfowl TV show is recognized for taking on and succeeding in the toughest waterfowl hunting challenges North America has to offer. That same spirit spills over into their equally enthusiastic support of waterfowl conservation. Those beliefs and that work ethic naturally lend themselves to their support of Delta’s Million Duck Campaign, which will be featured in the show’s upcoming filming for their 12th season on the Pursuit Channel.
“We’re excited to have The Grind Waterfowl TV jumping on board with the newly launched Delta Million Duck Campaign,” said Brad Heidel, senior director of marketing for Delta Waterfowl. “Their enthusiasm exemplifies the recognition of devoted waterfowl hunters and the industry that Delta’s Duck Production and Predator Management programs are the most effective way to put more ducks over the decoys of all waterfowl hunters everywhere in North America. With the support of folks like The Grind Waterfowl TV backing us, Delta will achieve the extraordinary goal of adding a million ducks to every fall flight every year!”
The Grind Waterfowl TV is a hostless show comprised of a group of hunters from Lucky Duck, Dakota Decoy, well-known guide services and other passionate waterfowlers. They provide a quality waterfowl hunting show featuring valuable hunting tips and conservation efforts to promote the sport of waterfowling.
Delta Waterfowl is The Duck Hunters Organization, a leading conservation group working to produce ducks and secure the future of waterfowl hunting in North America. Visit: https://deltawaterfowl.org/
For more information, contact: Brad Heidel at (651) 403-1771 or firstname.lastname@example.org.