Delta Waterfowl Renews Partnership With The Grind Waterfowl TV
Posted on 03/30/2015
BISMARCK, N.D. — Delta Waterfowl’s conservation work will again take flight on the hit outdoors show The Grind Waterfowl TV.
Delta has renewed a marketing partnership with The Grind, a popular waterfowl hunting show that will air for its fourth season starting in July on the Pursuit Channel. Delta has been a partner with The Grind Waterfowl TV since 2013.
The “Delta Waterfowl Conservation Corner” segment will air on all 26 episodes, highlighting the organization’s duck production programs, habitat conservation efforts, hunter recruitment and hunter advocacy work.
“We couldn’t be more excited to partner with a top-tier organization like Delta to help promote conservation and grow the sport of waterfowling for future generations,” said Tim Noe, co-executive producer of The Grind.
The show, which is principally supported by Dakota Decoy and Lucky Duck Premium Decoys, highlights the traditions of duck and goose hunting throughout North America.
“Our mission at The Grind is to not only show the waterfowl opportunities scattered across our great nations, but to provide our viewers with an inside look at the management and maintenance of wetlands and conservation work,” said Bill Willroth, co-executive producer.
Delta Waterfowl will promote The Grind TV across its media, announcing viewership opportunities both on the network and broadcast online.
“We are pleased to partner with a high-quality television show that promotes the rich traditions of waterfowling while highlighting the importance of conservation to the future of duck hunting,” said Alex Heiser, marketing director for Delta Waterfowl. “It’s a natural partnership for Delta.”
For more information on The Grind Waterfowl TV, visit the show’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/grindwaterfowl.
Delta Waterfowl Foundation 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.