Pro Guide Direct Develops Outdoor Gear Sales Fundraising Platform for the TRCP and Other Conservation Organizations
Victor, IDAHO– In celebration of the birthday of Theodore Roosevelt, America’s greatest conservation president, Pro Guide Direct will donate a portion of its outdoor gear sales to the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, the national sportsmen’s group working in support of our nation’s fish and wildlife resources and hunting and angling traditions.
Born Oct. 27, 1858, Roosevelt once said, “There can be no greater issue than that of conservation in this country.” While in the political arena, Roosevelt succeeded in bringing national conservation issues to the forefront of America’s consciousness.
In order to guarantee all Americans quality places to hunt and fish, the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership continues to strengthen laws, policies and practices affecting fish and wildlife conservation by leading partnerships that influence decision makers.
Pro Guide Direct recognizes that the TRCP’s hard work ensures critical fish and wildlife habitat will be available to the next generation of sportsmen and –women, including the many guides, outfitters and outdoor professionals whose livelihoods depend on abundant fish and game populations, easy access to American lands and waters, and healthy ecosystems.
PGD and the TRCP are working with respected outdoor brands, such as Kenetrek and Ibex Outdoor Clothing, who are aligned with this conservation vision. When supporters buy a pair of Kenetrek Terrane 400 Boots, they will receive a free pair of Kenetrek Hunting Gaiters – a $60 value. And when they buy a merino wool men’s Ibex Shak Lite Full Zip or a women’s Shak Lite 1/2 Zip mid-layer, they will receive a free Ibex Woolies Crew – a $100 value. A portion all sales will go directly to the TRCP.
TRCP donors, along with anyone who wants to support the TRCP’s conservation work, can take part in the promotion through a special online link. The limited-time offer runs through Nov. 7, but with your support, PGD plans to run more promotions with the TRCP and other conservation organizations in the future. What easier way exists to support a good cause than through your outdoor gear purchases?