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Delta Welcomes American Hunting Lease Association as ‘Champion of Delta’ Sponsor

BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA — American Hunting Lease Association, provider of hunting lease liability insurance programs, has announced its commitment to The Duck Hunters Organization as a ‘Champion of Delta’ Corporate Sponsor.

“We are privileged to partner with Delta given the dedication and support of all waterfowl hunters,” said JT Keager, CEO of American Hunting Lease Association. “Our business also supports the tradition of hunting and private land access, so our partnership works well together.”

For more than a decade, American Hunting Lease Association has been committed to providing the tools hunters and landowners need to safely and successfully gain and grant access to private lands. The organization delivers important liability insurance programs for hunting clubs, guides and outfitters, and owners of vacant lands. This mission makes it possible for hunters to enjoy their pursuits securely while providing landowners with security, confidence and peace of mind.

“We’re happy to welcome American Hunting Lease Association to our list of ‘Champion of Delta’ partners,” said Brad Heidel, senior director of marketing and corporate relations for Delta Waterfowl. “Their insurance programs are a key tool in making hunting on private lands possible, and their support of The Duck Hunters Organization is likewise critical in helping us to achieve our mission of adding ducks to each and every fall flight for duck hunters in every flyway.”

For more information, contact Brad Heidel at (651) 403-1771 or bheidel@deltawaterfowl.org.

American Hunting Lease Association offers hunting lease, vacant land and guiding/outfitting liability insurance to hunters, landowners and service providers across the country. For more information, go to ahuntinglease.org.

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.

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