Delta Waterfowl Welcomes Remington as a ‘Champion of Delta’ Corporate Sponsor

Delta Waterfowl Welcomes Remington as a ‘Champion of Delta’ Corporate Sponsor

BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA — Remington, a legendary manufacturer of ammunition and accessories, has become a Champion of Delta Waterfowl Corporate Sponsor.

“Without duck hunters and without Delta Waterfowl contributing to conservation, there are no ducks, period,” said Joel Hodgdon, Remington’s marketing director. “Big Green is proud to partner and support our fellow conservationists at Delta in all the good work they do.”

A cherished American brand trusted in duck blinds for generations, Remington’s legacy of quality and innovation spans more than two centuries. Its ammunition offerings, including Remington Nitro-Steel, Wingmaster HD and HyperSonic Steel, are especially popular with waterfowl hunters.

“The Duck Hunters Organization is thrilled to welcome Remington as a corporate sponsor,” said Brad Heidel, senior director of marketing and corporate relations for Delta Waterfowl. “Delta Waterfowl and Remington are two historic brands that have stood the test of time, and yet continue to invent game-changing ideas, so this is a natural fit.”

Remington is a legendary manufacturer of ammunition and accessories trusted by generations of hunters and shooters. Loaded in Lonoke, Arkansas, by American workers, our wide array of pioneering sporting and hunting ammunition promises to get the job done every time the trigger is pulled. At Remington, we’re here for everyone who loads a round of ammo into a handgun, rifle, or shotgun. A brand of outdoor sports and recreation company Vista Outdoor, Remington is bringing a renewed focus to ammunition, innovation, and quality — all while staying true to Remington’s legendary heritage and stature as an American icon. Visit remington.com.

Delta Waterfowl is The Duck Hunters Organization, a leading conservation group working to produce ducks and ensure the tradition of duck hunting in North America. Visit deltawaterfowl.org.

For more information, contact Brad Heidel at (651) 403-1772 or bheidel@deltawaterfowl.org.