MEMPHIS, Tenn. April 19, 2006 - Waterfowlers want to have the greatest gear for the hunt - functional, effective and quality proven. The renewal of Ducks Unlimited's partnership with Advantage MAX-4 assures a premium pattern and a commitment to conservation. Ducks Unlimited and Jordan Outdoor Enterprises announced that Advantage Camouflage has renewed its support of Ducks Unlimited. Advantage MAX-4 serves as a Proud Sponsor of DU's efforts to conserve, restore and manage habitat across North America.
"In our business, conservation is simply a must, as is the protection of our hunting heritage," said Realtree President Bill Jordan. "As a corporation, we're always looking for return on investment. The great thing about working with DU is that the return comes in the form of ducks, habitat and more hunters."
For 10 years, Advantage has been a partner of Ducks Unlimited to help conserve habitat, promote waterfowling and outfit DU sportsmen and women with quality and effective hunting patterns. Advantage MAX-4 has been the leading camouflage company in helping DU accomplish its conservation and promotional goals.
"Advantage MAX-4 is an industry leader when it comes to helping habitat and the people who work on habitat's behalf," said DU Executive Vice President Don Young." DU is very proud to continue working with their entire organization and enjoy the association with Advantage MAX-4 a great pattern."
DU supporters are able to find DU licensed outdoor and indoor products in MAX-4 from leading manufacturers at retailers nationwide. MAX-4 is prominent on Ducks Unlimited Television, on the DU Web site, in Ducks Unlimited magazine and at numerous DU functions throughout the year.
Advantage MAX-4 continues to be part of a diverse family of proud DU corporate sponsors and licensees including Budweiser, Echo, Federal Premium, Mossy Oak, Primos, Stearns, Whitewater, Winchester, WR Case and seventy other leading brands that support DU's mission.
With more than a million supporters, Ducks Unlimited is the world's largest and most effective wetlands and waterfowl conservation group. The United States alone has lost more than half of its original wetlands – nature's most productive ecosystem – and continues to lose more than 80,000 wetland acres every year.