Badlands Promotes Hunting Lifestyle with #MYBADLANDSAPPROACH Campaign

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From Badlands:

West Jordan, UT – In anticipation of the 2016 launch of their all-new Approach camouflage pattern, Badlands has introduced the #mybadlandsapproach social media campaign. Focusing on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, the project will provide an avenue for hunters and outdoor enthusiasts to share how they approach the outdoors.

Using the hashtag “mybadlandsapproach,” people are encouraged to share engaging photos of how they approach hunting, the outdoors or life in general. The campaign doubles as a giveaway, as anyone who posts using #mybadlandsapproach” will be automatically entered to win Badlands Approach gear. Five total prize packages will be given away across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Blake VanTussenbrook of Badlands said, “We’re taking a new approach to hunting with the launch of our new pattern. That got us thinking that we want to see how others are approaching the hunt this year. The best part of what we do is interacting with our customers and seeing what they’re up to so we’re looking forward to seeing thousands of photos of the people who keep us motivated and excited.”

The #mybadlandsapproach campaign kicks off Saturday March 19th and runs through Thursday March 31st. Contest winners will be chosen 4/4/16. Photos do not have to contain Badlands gear to participate.

Now in its 20th year, Badlands continues to focus on exceptional quality, continuing innovation, unmatched performance and as always the only unconditional lifetime warranty in the industry.

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