Nosler Inc. has announced that they are expanding the partnership with Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) by stepping up their support of the organization. Particularly, portions of proceeds from a much larger range of Nosler products now will be directed to support RMEF within the enhanced licensing partnership between the companies.
Nosler’s press release quotes John R. Nosler, President of Nosler Inc, who said: “Elk hunting has been in Nosler’s DNA for three generations. Since my grandfather founded our company in 1948, he taught my family that conservation is an integral part of our business. Supporting the work RMEF has done and continues to do will ensure that our children and grandchildren can also experience the thrill of hearing a bugle on a crisp fall morning. Nosler, Inc. is proud to partner with RMEF and continue our shared heritage of elk hunting and conservation“. RMEF Vice President of Marketing Steve Decker added: “We greatly value and appreciate our relationship with Nosler. This is not just a strong commitment to hunting and the outdoors. This is a commitment to the present and future of conservation“.
The expanded range of products dedicated to supporting RMEF now includes the following eleven Nosler ammunition loads and five projectiles:
- Trophy Grade® 6.5 Creedmoor 140gr Partition®
- Trophy Grade® 270 Winchester 150gr Partition®
- Expansion Tip™ 7mm-08 Rem 140gr E-Tip®
- Trophy Grade® 7mm Rem Mag 160gr Partition®
- Trophy Grade® 28 Nosler 160gr Partition®
- Trophy Grade® 308 Winchester 165gr Partition®
- Trophy Grade® 30-06 Springfield 180gr Partition®
- Expansion Tip™ 300 Win Mag 180gr E-Tip®
- Trophy Grade® 300 Win Mag 180gr Partition®
- Expansion Tip™ 300 Wby Mag 180gr E-Tip®
- Trophy Grade® 338 Win Mag 210gr Partition®
- 270 Cal 150gr Partition®
- 7mm 160gr Partition®
- 30 Cal 180gr Partition®
- 8mm 200gr Partition®
- 338 Cal 210gr Partition®
Lastly, here is an excerpt from the history page of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation website telling about the organization’s achievements:
Since its humble beginnings in the mid-1980s, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation now has nearly 235,000 members whose support helped complete more than 12,400 conservation and hunting heritage outreach projects that protected or enhanced more than 7.9 million acres of wildlife habitat and opened or improved public access to more than 1.3 million acres, much of which was completely off-limits to the public. RMEF boasts more than 12,000 volunteers working through more than 500 chapters.
Today, RMEF is one of the most effective and efficient conservation organizations in the United States. Working together with members, volunteers and conservation partners, it is a strong voice for elk, elk country, hunters and public access as well as wildlife management and conservation issues.
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