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Mossy Oak Signs Multi-Year Sponsorship With IBO

IBO_llMossy Oak has recently agreed to a multi-year sponsorship with the International Bowhunting Organization, the country's oldest sanctioning body of 3D archery events and host of the largest national 3D unknown-distance competition series.

With its Diamond Level sponsorship, Mossy Oak will serve as title sponsor of the Second Leg of the IBO National Triple Crown, taking place in Fairview, Pa. June 12-14. As the nation's longest-running 3D competition, the National Championship Triple Crown annually attracts the top professionals and best 3D archers in the country. This year will mark the 25th and final year that Gem City Outdoorsman Club has hosted the second leg of the prestigious competition.

As title sponsor, Mossy Oak, a world leader in branded camouflage and outdoor lifestyle commerce, reinforces the IBO's primary mission to promote, encourage and foster the sport of bowhunting and to further the IBO's efforts to fight anti-hunting initiatives that threaten the future of the our bowhunting heritage.

"We are thrilled to be partnered with Mossy Oak to help us further our mission," said IBO President Bryan J. Marcum. "It is an honor to be associated with a company that has such a rich bowhunting and outdoor reputation together with a vision to preserve our important heritage for generations to come."

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