FeraDyne Outdoors Renews Support For The Pope and Young Club
The Pope and Young Club is proud to announce the continued support of FeraDyne Outdoors through the Club’s Corporate Partners Program. FeraDyne has continued their strong commitment to wildlife conservation, the protection and defense of our bowhunting heritage and fair chase ethics.
“We are extremely proud to continue our support for an organization that has always focused on conservation as well as establishing and maintaining the highest standards for ethical bowhunting,” said Jon Syverson, FeraDyne Outdoors Executive Vice President. “Our commitment to the Pope and Young Club echoes our commitment to the sport of bowhunting and the conservation efforts that keep bowhunting traditions alive, strong and available for future generations.”
The Pope and Young Club Corporate Partners Program allows manufacturers the opportunity to partner with the Club to help protect and defend bowhunting, promote fair chase and increase engagement with North American conservation efforts. The Pope and Young Club has given over one million dollars to conservation programs across North America. These programs include 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. Sportsmen’s Alliance, National Archery in the Schools Program and, most recently, a major partnership with Scholastic 3-D Archery and Raised At Full Draw Camps.
The Pope and Young Club’s focus on developing young bowhunters is evident in their support for programs such as National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP), National Bowhunter Education Foundation (NBEF), Raised At Full Draw Bowhunting Camps and Scholastic 3-D Archery (S3DA).
For more information on FeraDyne, go to http://www.feradyne.com.