13 Dec Colorado Division of Wildlife Selects 5 Stone Advertising
Denver (January 5, 2011) – The Colorado Division of Wildlife has selected Denver-based 5 Stone Advertising to promote the state’s big game hunting opportunities. Citing 5 Stone’s extensive experience and expertise in the leisure and outdoor recreation categories, Colorado Division of Wildlife Director Tom Remington said that, “5 Stone’s track record of success gave us great confidence in partnering with them to market Colorado’s outstanding big game hunting opportunities.”
5 Stone Advertising will manage all media and advertising initiatives for the Division of Wildlife’s big game hunting promotional efforts. “When it comes to big game hunting opportunities, there’s nowhere in the lower 48 that can match the Colorado experience,” said 5 Stone Advertising Principal, Doug Long. “We’re looking forward to telling the rest of the country what those who hunt in Colorado already know.”
The Colorado Division of Wildlife manages the state’s 960 wildlife species. It regulates hunting and fishing activities by issuing licenses and enforcing regulations. The Division also manages more than 230 wildlife areas for public recreation, conducts research to improve wildlife management activities, provides technical assistance to private and other public landowners concerning wildlife and habitat management, and develops programs to protect and recover threatened and endangered species. The agency maintains Regional Service Centers in Colorado Springs, Denver, Durango, Fort Collins and Grand Junction, as well as Area Service Centers in 16 other cities and towns across the state. .
To learn more about the Colorado Division of Wildlife or 5 Stone Advertising, call (303) 298-1226 or email email@example.com.