Hoyt Archery Continues Support for the Pope and Young Club

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Chatfield, MN – The Pope and Young Club is proud to announce the continued support of Hoyt Archery through the Club’s Corporate Partner Program. Hoyt continues their strong commitment to wildlife conservation, the protection, and defense of our bowhunting heritage and fair-chase ethics.

“At Hoyt, bowhunting is a way of life. Since 1931 we have been engineering and building archery equipment for passionate bowhunters across the globe,” said Randy Walk, Hoyt President. “This equipment has been used by old and young alike to forge some of life’s fondest memories and most impactful lessons in the great outdoors. You would be hard-pressed to find a more passionate and connected group of individuals than that of bowhunters. Since 1961, the Pope & Young Club has worked tirelessly to ensure the future of ethical, fair chase bowhunting for all bowhunters. This dedicated mission has benefited past, present, and future bowhunters. Hoyt is proud to support the Pope & Young Club and their mission and look forward to working with them together ensuring that the traditions, heritage and priceless memories and lessons forged with a bow and arrow in hand are protected and passed down for generations to come.”

The Clubs Corporate Partner Program allows manufacturers the opportunity to help P&Y, “protect the future of our bowhunting heritage, promote conservation and welfare of habitat and wildlife.” We have given more than 1 million dollars to conservation and education programs across North America. Our conservation programs include Wild Harvest Initiative, Isle Royal Moose Study, Farmers, and Hunters Feeding the Hungry, National Wildlife Federation Howe Peak/Deadman Sheep Endowment Fund, Jack Creek Preserve Foundation, the Bitterroot Elk Project, Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation, American Wildlife Conservation Partners, Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, Orion – The Hunters Institute, National Conservation Leadership Institute, National Bowhunter Education Foundation, U.S. Sportsmans Alliance, National Archery in the Schools program, Scholastic 3-D Archery. Mule Deer Foundation, Wyoming Male Mule Deer Study and Winter Range Study, and many others.

“Continued support from great companies like Hoyt Archery allows the Pope and Young Club to have a larger impact on our conservation and outreach efforts,” said Rick Mowery, Communications and Marketing Manager for the Pope and Young Club. “As bowhunters themselves, Hoyt has shown through words and deeds that they stand with bowhunters and the Pope and Young Club to help protect and defend our shared bowhunting heritage and the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation.”

For more information on Hoyt Archery, go to www.hoyt.com.

The Pope and Young Club is a non-profit North American conservation and bowhunting organization dedicated to the promotion and protection of bowhunting by striving to increase awareness and appreciation of bowhunting foundations, principles, and values. The Pope and Young Club is focused on Fair Chase hunting ethics that support the ethical pursuit of free-ranging, wild game animals without unfair advantage while promoting the conservation of both habitat and wildlife. The Club also maintains the universally recognized repository of records and statistics on North American big game animals harvested with a bow and arrow.

 

Pope and Young Club www.pope-young.org • Ph: 507.867.4144

Please follow Pope and Young’s social media pages.

Facebook – @PopeAndYoungClub • Instagram – @popeandyoungclub • Twitter – @PopeYoungClub

Media contact Rick Mowery at rick@pope-young.org, Ph: 989.884.3800

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