Quail Forever is thrilled to announce Ruff Land Kennels
as a renewing national sponsor and the “Official Kennel of The Habitat Organization” for a fifth consecutive year. The partnership provides Ruff Land Kennels a wide assortment of marketing assets to reach dog-owning members of the nation’s leading upland charities, while delivering direct financial support for the creation of grasslands where bird dogs love to roam.
“Purchasing with a purpose is made easy with a supporter like Ruff Land; when you buy a kennel from their South Dakota factory, upland birds benefit from a conservation donation,” said Chris Kalis, director of corporate partnerships. “Ruff Land Kennels are made by bird hunters for bird hunters. When it comes to protecting our four-legged family members traveling from one prairie to another, Quail Forever and Pheasants Forever encourage upland hunters to support Ruff Land, the only kennel you’ll ever need.”
Ruff Land Kennels are built tough for extreme performance and safety. Featuring one-piece roto-molded construction from UV-stabilized polyethylene, no assembly is needed, and no bolt-through ledge can be found, saving up to three inches of side space over conventional models. It also makes for a much stronger kennel. And, because there are no seams, it is also much easier to clean. Finally, a Ruff Land Kennel won’t crack even in extreme subzero weather.
"Being from the pheasant capital of South Dakota, everyone here at Ruff Land certainly appreciates what Quail Forever and Pheasants Forever stand for. So many of our customers are pheasant and quail hunters who rely on quality upland habitat. We are proud to be a national sponsor of both Quail Forever and Pheasants Forever for the fifth year running and commend the organizations for all they do," stated Ruff Land Kennels owners.
In addition to marketing in the Pheasants Forever Journal of Upland Conservation, Quail Forever Journal,
and the organization’s online channels, the following highlight key components of the relationship:
About Ruff Land Kennels
- National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic – As a gold sponsor for the 2022 National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic in Omaha, Ruff Land kennels will have a large presence on the show floor of the CHI Center on March 11, 12 & 13, 2022. More details at www.PheasantFest.org.
- Rooster Road Trip – Ruff Land Kennels will be a partner in the organization’s popular 2021 public lands hunting trip across pheasant country this October. Check out www.RoosterRoadTrip.org for last year’s highlights.
- Bird Dogs for Habitat – Ruff Land Kennels will be a sponsor of the 2022 Bird Dogs for Habitat campaign, an online fundraising contest for members and supporters to vote for their favorite breed of bird dog. During the campaign, every $1 donation will equate to one vote for the donor’s favorite breed of bird dog - Ruff Land’s contribution will be used as a challenge match to jumpstart the fundraising efforts. Learn more at www.BirdDogsforHabitat.org.
- Chapter Banquets – Ruff Land Kennels provides discounted products for local chapters to promote at fundraising events throughout the country. Call of the Uplands® national campaign - a recently announced monumental initiative to save America’s uplands and cultivate the next generation of conservationists and hunters.
Ruff Land kennels are designed and manufactured in Tea, South Dakota, in the heart of the world’s best pheasant country. Ruff Land was started by hunters who wanted a kennel that made their life easier as dog owners, while also making life easier and safer for their favorite hunting companions. Today, more dogs ride in a Ruff Land than any other performance kennel!
Learn more at www.rufflandkennels.com
About Quail Forever
, including its quail conservation division, Quail Forever
, is the nation's largest nonprofit organization dedicated to upland habitat conservation. Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever have more than 120,000 members and 780 local chapters across the United States and Canada. Since creation in 1982, Pheasants Forever has spent over $950 million on 560,000 habitat projects benefiting 20 million acres nationwide. In fact, more than 212,000 of those acres are now permanently protected as public lands.