Remington Arms Joins Union Sportsmen’s Alliance as National Conservation Partner

Spring Hill, Tenn. — Legendary gun maker Remington Arms is providing welcome firepower to the Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s (USA) fight to preserve North America’s outdoor heritage.
“We are proud to welcome Remington as a National Conservation Partner,” said USA Director of Sales and Marketing Jay Stuart. “Their union-made firearms represent more than two centuries of American ingenuity and craftsmanship, and they have a long history of supporting conservation, outreach and outdoor recreation.”
Remington offers a full suite of industry-leading rifles, shotguns, handguns and ammunition, along with a variety of other fine products. Its lineup includes the storied Model 700 and Model 870, two of the best-selling firearms of all time, along with innovative new platforms like Versa Max shotguns and the high-performance Model 1911 R1 pistol.
“Remington Arms Company is excited to be building an expanded partnership with Union Sportsmen’s Alliance,” said Remington Director of Marketing Christian Hogg. “Their mission towards conservation, preserving our outdoor sporting traditions, and improving public access are core to our corporate values. USA’s focus on securing North America’s outdoor heritage while uniting the union community makes this relationship even more special.”
As a USA National Conservation Partner, Remington will directly support Work Boots on the Ground (WBG), the USA’s flagship conservation program, which organizes union volunteers to complete conservation, public access, education, youth outreach and adult mentorship projects that would otherwise go undone. 
Launched in 2010, the program has completed 230 projects in 31 states. The value of volunteer labor donated through WBG is approaching $1.5 million, while outreach events have engaged nearly 13,000 participants, including more than 6,000 in 2019. 
“Remington has also stepped up and committed to support our brand new United Outdoors Conservation Fund — an innovative grant funding program that allows the USA to expand its conservation footprint and mission impact,” Stuart added. “Grants in this program are already improving public access to the outdoors and benefiting youth mentorship efforts—and it’s just getting started.”

A portion of this support will be earmarked for a special project, to be selected by Remington, which will be announced at the USA’s Annual Fundraising Gala in Washington, D.C. in the summer of 2020.

The USA and Remington will also collaborate on a significant conservation project or outreach event benefiting communities near the Remington properties in Ilion, NY. The Remington partnership also supports the USA Shooting Tour and USA Conservation Dinner program.