HSS Partners With ScoutLook To Spread The Message About Tree Stand Safety

Hunter Safety Systems
Hunter Safety Systems

DANVILLE, Ala. -(Ammoland.com)— Hunter Safety System, the company dedicated to saving lives, has announced a partnership with ScoutLook, the industry leading provider of high-powered weather tools and high-class content for hunters.

HSS will utilize all of ScoutLook’s proven digital media platforms, which include website, apps, e-newsletter, Facebook, and “Shot of the Week” video series, to inform hunters about the importance of tree stand safety.

“ScoutLook users aren’t just weekend warriors,” explained ScoutLook Communications and Media Director Josh Dahlke.

“These are men, women and children who spend an average of 20 hardcore days per year in the field, most of whom are pursuing whitetails from tree stands. We’re proud to partner with Hunter Safety Systems to constantly communicate the importance of tree stand safety to our community.”

Wearing a harness and using a Lifeline so that a hunter is attached from the moment they leave the ground to when they return to the ground are just a few of the important messages that Hunter Safety System will be conveying. Eighty percent of tree stand accidents happen while ascending or descending from the tree. It is Hunter Safety System’s goal to eliminate all tree stand accidents and fatalities.

“We are always seeking new ways to get tree stand safety messages out to hunters,” said Jay Everett, director of marketing at Hunter Safety System. “We know that ScoutLook reaches our targeted market and gets the right message to them. We are excited to partner with them.”

About Hunter Safety System

Founded in 2001 and headquartered in Danville, Ala., Hunter Safety System (HSS) is a leading designer and manufacturer of innovative deer hunting gear and hunting equipment for the serious hunter.

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