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Delta Waterfowl Expands Development Staff

Delta Waterfowl Expands Development Staff

BISMARCK, N.D. — Delta Waterfowl has added a new development director in a key region of the United States.

Bryan Muche, 44, will represent Delta in the Upper Midwest, with an initial focus on the Chicago market. A lifelong waterfowl hunter, Muche has an extensive and successful background in sales, sales management and business development.

“I am honored to have the opportunity to work for an organization that is protecting and growing our waterfowl populations, saving and preserving wetlands and serving as an advocate for duck hunters,” Muche said. “Honestly, there is no place else I’d rather be dedicating my time and efforts.”

Muche is a Wisconsin native who cut his teeth hunting fabled Horicon Marsh. He currently resides near Chicago, but maintains his Wisconsin ties and travels there frequently to hunt. He has two daughters, and hunts with two Chesapeake Bay retrievers and a Boykin spaniel. Muche also is a certified instructor for Wisconsin’s Wingshooting for Migratory Birds Program.

“With his strong passion for waterfowl and waterfowl hunting, combined with his exceptional sales and relationship-building background, Bryan will do great things for our development department,” said Bryan King, director of development for Delta Waterfowl. “I look forward to his future success.”

Contact Muche at (608) 295-7755 or bmuche@deltawaterfowl.org.

With the addition of Muche, Delta’s development staff has expanded to four. He joins King, who oversees the staff and manages the mid-south territory; Travis Sheridan, development director for Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma; and Marty van Sloun, who pulls double duty as regional and development director for Western Canada.

For more information, contact King at (931) 381-4401 or bking@deltawaterfowl.org.

Delta Waterfowl Foundation is The Duck Hunters Organization, a leading conservation group dedicated to ducks and duck hunters in North America. Visit www.deltawaterfowl.org.