Hoyt Archery Continues Support for the Pope and Young Club

The Pope and Young Club recently announced the continued support of Hoyt Archery through its Corporate Partner Program.

Hoyt Archery Continues Support for the Pope and Young Club

Jeremy Eldredge (right), marketing manager for Hoyt Archery, accepts the Corporate Partner plaque from P&Y President Jim Willems during the 31st P&Y Biennial Convention in Omaha, Nebraska.

As a Corporate Partner to the Pope and Young Club, Hoyt Archery continues its strong commitment to wildlife conservation, as well as the protection and defense of bowhunting’s heritage and fair-chase ethics.

The Pope and Young Club's Corporate Partner 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 more than $1 million dollars to conservation programs across North America.

“We are honored to continue our partnership with Pope and Young,” said Hoyt Archery President Randy Walk. “We appreciate their efforts in supporting and growing bowhunting participation and preserving bowhunting records. Their emphasis on ethics and fair-chase aligns well with the values of Hoyt Archery.”

The Pope and Young Club’s focus on developing young bowhunters to protect the future of bowhunting is evident in their support for programs such as Kicking Bear Camp For Kids, National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP), National Bowhunter Education Foundation (NBEF), Raised At Full Draw Bowhunting Camps (RAFD) and Scholastic 3-D Archery (S3DA).

“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 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, visit www.hoyt.com.


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