MYSTERY RANCH Announces Hunter Conservation Program

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Bozeman, MT. – MYSTERY RANCH, an industry-leading backpack company devoted to making mission-specific packs recently launched the MYSTERY RANCH Hunter Conservation Program, a system designed to improve the cumbersome process of donation requests.

The Hunter Conservation Program is built for the gamechangers in the hunting world; those that believe conservation is the driver for a healthier habitat, and who see the long-term benefits of acting now and getting others to rally behind conservation. In the past, support in the form of donations was difficult to find, request and process. The Hunter Conservation Program is looking to change this.

“As a committee member for the Bridger Bucks Chapter (Mule Deer Foundation), I’m well aware of the efforts of the individuals to track down donations annually, and be on the processing side of 100s of MR requests.” – Ryan Holm, Director of Marketing, MYSTERY RANCH
MYSTERY RANCH is looking to set a standard by providing pro pricing access to chapter banquets across the United States to conservation groups that are helping support healthy, sustainable wildlife and their habitat. MYSTERY RANCH wants to improve the donation process by creating an application form for chapter banquets to get easy access and bypass the back-n-forth process on a yearly basis.

MYSTERY RANCH strongly suggests and hopes that other companies in the hunting and outdoor industry follow suit and introduce similar programs, making them a resource to support conservation and everything it encompasses.

Check out this link for more information and to apply: https://www.mysteryranch.com/hunter-conservationist-program

About MYSTERY RANCH:
MYSTERY RANCH is committed to building the finest load-carriage equipment in the world. A product-driven company from the beginning, MYSTERY RANCH designs packs for the job that needs to get done, for the people committed to doing it, with the best materials available and the most durable construction methods that exist. #BuiltForTheMission

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