American Deer & Wildlife Alliance is Hooked on Mejia Outdoors

American Deer & Wildlife Alliance is Hooked on Mejia Outdoors

American Deer & Wildlife Alliance
American Deer & Wildlife Alliance

AUSTIN, Texas – Existing to grow small business and partner association memberships in the wildlife industry ­– from fishing to hunting – the American Deer & Wildlife Alliance (ADWA) announces its latest member Mejia Outdoors. Famous for The Limbhook, Mejia Outdoors has the hunter, angler and camper in mind.

Designed by an outdoorsman, The Limbhook was built for the comfort of the hunter, angler or outdoorsman, and can be used on any limb, tree, climbing stand, ladder stand, and pop-up blinds from ½” to 7.5” diameter at any angle. Due to the patent-pending Swivel Lock Technology, customers can use The Limbhook to hang bows, guns, lanterns, hunting bags or anything else under fifteen pounds.

“Mejia Outdoors is a great fit with ADWA, since our members can use it from places like wildlife management areas, their own land or lease, to state parks,” says ADWA Director of Operations Annie Jones. “Members have been known to use it on their tractors even.”

As the home of The Limbhook, Mejia Outdoors offers accessories like The Limbhook Mount, the X-Hooks, Uni-Cam Mounts, the M.O. Drag, and the X-Wicks. For more product information, please visit www.mejiaoutdoors.com.

“Mejia Outdoors is a proud member of the American Deer & Wildlife Alliance, for their efforts in supporting small business – their latest show delivers a powerful message beneficial to deer breeders and the deer industry,” says Julio Mejia, owner of Mejia Outdoors. “Please visit us at this year’s Eastern Sports & Outdoor Show in Pennsylvania.”

The Limbhook is used and trusted by Huntin' The World…Southern Style TV Show on the Outdoor Channel. Check out their website at www.huntintheworld.com.

About:
The non-profit American Deer & Wildlife Alliance, based in Austin, Texas, is dedicated to the growth of the deer and wildlife industry and to helping educate consumers and the youth on the conservation issues that affect deer and wildlife as well as the industry. For more information on the American Deer & Wildlife Alliance, call 512.331.8618 or visit www.deerwildlifealliance.org.

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