Mule Deer Foundation Announces Personnel Changes

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Ray Crow has been named the new Vice President
of Marketing for the Mule Deer Foundation, effective August 1, 2007.
Crow has been working as the Director of Merchandise for eight months
and has proved to be an invaluable asset to the MDF team. His
connections in the industry and previous marketing experience have
benefited MDF and its recent growth.

MDF President Miles Moretti said, “Ray has already been involved in
certain aspects of marketing for the Foundation, and now will be able
to focus on marketing and enhancing MDF’s awareness.”

Lance Brunner has been named the new Director of Merchandise for the
Mule Deer Foundation, effective August 1, 2007. Brunner has been with
MDF for three months after a ten year management career with Arby’s
fast food chain. He has been working under the direction of Ray Crow
learning the Merchandise Program and creating new relationships with
current and future vendors.

MDF President Miles Moretti said, “Lance will be a great addition to
the MDF team. His work ethic and willingness to do whatever it takes
to benefit mule deer will be a great benefit to our organization”.
Ray Crow added, “Lance is a quick learner and has grasped the
merchandise concept real fast. He will take the program to a new
level.”

About MDF (www.muledeer.org)
The Mule Deer Foundation is a national non-profit 501c3 organization,
with over 10,000 members. MDF’s mission is to ensure the conservation
of mule deer, black-tailed deer and their habitats. MDF is dedicated
to restoring, improving and protecting mule deer habitat (including
land and easement acquisitions) resulting in self-sustaining,
healthy, free ranging and huntable deer populations; encouraging and
supporting responsible wildlife management with government agencies,
private organizations and landowners; promoting public education and
scientific research related to mule deer and wildlife management;
supporting and encouraging responsible and ethical behavior and
awareness of issues among those whose actions affect mule deer; and
acknowledging regulated hunting as a viable component of mule deer
and black-tailed deer conservation.

For information about the Mule Deer Foundation please call
1-888-375-DEER (3337)FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 1, 2007

Contact: Mule Deer Foundation
Tel.: 888-375-DEER (3337)
E-mail: info@muledeer.org