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SHE OUTDOOR APPAREL AND NWTF TEAM UP FOR LOGO WEAR

SHE OUTDOOR APPAREL AND NWTF TEAM UP FOR LOGO WEAR
SHE Outdoor Apparel and The National Wild Turkey Federation have partnered to offer functional and stylish women’s apparel that represents the tradition and heritage of the hunting lifestyle. Designs bearing the respected NWTF logo will be offered in short and long sleeve shirts, long sleeve pullover hoodies, and camouflage shirts and pants.

The short sleeve logo tee comes in black with a stylish white and pink design, the long sleeve tee comes in green with the NWTF logo in black, and the silver pullover hoodie is sure to be one of your favorites bearing the NWTF’s sloganConserve.Hunt.Share. The collection also includes lightweight-yet-durable Realtree® AP HD Utility Pants with the NWTF Logo on the left leg side pocket and the NWTF Hunter Long Sleeve is a snap down shirt with the NWTF Logo featured above the left chest pocket.

“We were honored to partner with The National Wild Turkey Federation to create these new signature designs supporting the preservation of our heritage,” said Pam Zaitz, President and lead designer of SHE Outdoor Apparel. “Every garment has the trademark NWTF logo and features our signature styles of fashionable and functional clothing for women.”

NWTF Women’s Logo Wear by SHE Outdoor Apparel is available online atwww.shesafari.com. MSRP is $25-$45.

SHE Outdoor Apparel is a Texas based company designing and producing the highest quality women’s outdoor clothing in safari, upland, camouflage, shooting and lifestyle collections. For more information about SHE Outdoor Apparel visit, www.shesafari.com.

The National Wild Turkey Federation is a national nonprofit conservation and hunting organization that, along with its volunteers, partners and sponsors, has worked for the conservation of the wild turkey and preservation of our hunting heritage. When the NWTF was established in 1973, there were only 1.3 million wild turkeys. Today that number stands at more than seven million birds throughout North America, and hunting seasons have been established in 49 U.S. states, Canada and Mexico.

For information about The National Wild Turkey Federation, visit www.nwtf.org.

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