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Patriot LWM Outdoors and The GunCaseBlanket® are taking off! We are thrilled with the response that we are getting from the hunting community and are ready to branch out and bring some fellow hunters on board.
If you are a hunter or group that devotes your free time to hunting and anything outdoors…we want to hear from you. We are looking for both Pro-Staff and Field-Staff members to help us promote our company and it’s products.
If you are going to jump on with a company that is moving up fast, we need to know that you can offer us something as well! Send us your hunting resume with your hunting history and all that you have to offer! We are going to be very selective due to the amount of entries that we will be receiving so make sure you show us all your benefits!
Once we have chosen our members you will receive an email with all that you will be offered and what will be expected of you going forward!
Cant wait to see what you guys send it! Let it roll!
Send resumes to email@example.com
EHD causes extensive internal bleeding within deer and is usually fatal. Deer lose their appetite and fear of humans, grow progressively weaker, salivate excessively, and finally become unconscious. Infected deer often are found sick or dead near water. / Gannett News Service
What’s the cause? What does this mean for whitetail deer in the future?
Click the photo below to learn the latest on the disease and be sure to follow EHD with your local DNR to stay informed.
Patriot LWM Outdoors is proud to be associated with such a fantastic organization! Farmers and Hunters Feeding the homeless (FHFH) is an outreach ministry of the people of God called upon to feed venison to the hungry among us nationwide.
How it works…
With the growing number of deer and other big game in America, crop and property damage permits are being issued to farmers, airports, military installations and agricultural facilities. Many of these deer and other big game are being discarded. In addition, liberal bag limits and extended seasons are putting hunters in the position of being able to harvest more deer and other big game than they can personally consume.
FARMERS & HUNTERS
Successful farmers and hunters follow normal check in or crop damage permit procedures defined under their states regulations.
Farmers and hunters deliver the harvested surplus deer and other big game to participating meat processors in each county. Donations from churches, clubs, businesses and individuals cover the costs of processing, packaging and freezing the meat.
The frozen meat is then available free of cost for pick-up by a nearby food bank or feeding program.
This nutritious, low fat, high protein meat is then distributed and/or cooked by hundreds of community agencies such as:church pantries, church feeding ministries, Salvation Army, community food banks, emergency assistance programs, Rescue Missions, children’s homes, etc.
Please click here to learn more about FHFH.
Patriot LWM Outdoors is excited to be heading to Nashville, TN. this weekend Aug 9-11. Great people…great times…and we get to release our newest product, The GunCaseBlanket! If you haven’t seen our revolutionary new product…click here!
The Expo is packed full, aisle after aisle of exibitors with every product for your outdoor needs! There will be many seminars and well known speakers to check out. If you would like all the info on the upcoming event click the photo below!
If you are in the area, we hope to see you there!!!!
For more info on Patriot LWM Outdoors and any upcoming news and events, click here!
Are you excited for the upcoming 2012 Olympics? Most people think it’s just gymnastics and swimming but us outdoors men know we have a touch of us in there! Here are some links to help you follow the Archery and Shooting competitions! Shoot straight guys!
Over the years, many have asked as to the origin of the name for “Patriot” Land and Wildlife Management Services, Inc. Most just assume that we are borderline “overly patriotic” and sometimes even go as far as to suggest it is a marketing strategy, ha. Truth be told, on this day, March 25th, in the year 1983, Kirk J. Bosselmann was born into this world. A lifelong friend of Patriot president Joe Brown, Kirk spent the majority of his young life in and around the woods and waters of Maryland. Together the two developed a mutual appreciation for nature and an everlasting love of the outdoors and what it has to offer. Often, Kirk and Joe would joke about how great it would be to get paid to do what they love, be outdoors.
When senior year at Poolesville High School came to an end, the boys had a tough decision to make. Joe was being recruited for college level football and Kirk had his eyes set west to become a firefighting “Smoke Jumper”. Joe’s path took him to Shepherd University to play football and study Environmental Resource Management as Kirk found a smoke jumping team in California.
Several weeks into each adventure, Joe received a call from California. It was Kirk, and he had decided his life needed more direction, he decided to become a Marine. Unknown to his family or friends, Joe made plans to join up with his pal in San Diego and take that leap together. Showing qualities only possessed by a true friend, Kirk convinced his friend not to leave Shepherd, saying “you try college, I’ll try the Marines, and in 4 years we can switch”. And so it was.
Kirk and Joe stayed in touch throughout the journey, with letters and emails changing hands often, and even the occasional return home for a little outdoor related R&R. Each time they met the talk usually led to the same conversation…”how cool would it be if we got paid to be outside?”
For 3 1/2 years all went according to plan, with Kirk returning safely from his first deployment in Iraq and Joe staying relatively uninjured on the football field and even somewhat successful in the class room (to both their surprises).
On November 27th, 2004 the call came. Cpl. Kirk J. Bosselmann, 1st Battalion 8th Marines, Scout Sniper Platoon, had been killed in action while bravely defending his brothers inside the Iraqi city of Fallujah. 2 weeks later Kirk received a hero’s goodbye from friends, family and a grateful nation in the perfect setting for how he lived, the base of Sugarloaf Mountain.
In his final letter to Joe, Kirk stays true to his core, imploring Joe not to weep, but carry on completing the dreams and goals they had set together. To live life to the fullest without a single ounce of regret.
And so, Patriot Land & Wildlife Management Services, Inc. was born, and they are proud to say they are getting “paid to be outside”….