LAST UPDATED: May 1st, 2015
QDMA Honors Whitetail Properties with the Corporate Achievement Award
The Quality Deer Management Association presented Whitetail Properties with the Corporate Achievement Award during the 2011 QDMA National Convention at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, Tenn.
The QDMA Corporate Achievement Award recognizes the company which, through its financial and/or in-kind support, has made the greatest impact on furthering the philosophy of Quality Deer Management and the mission of the QDMA.
“Only through the tremendous generosity of corporate sponsors, can QDMA continue to grow and maximize mission delivery,” Brian Murphy, QDMA CEO says. “While a company can partner with QDMA simply by providing financial support, Whitetail Properties has embraced the partnership in a larger, more meaningful fashion. We first began working with Whitetail Properties in 2007. In the four years since, few companies have consistently gone above and beyond to maximize the exposure QDMA receives in everything they do. Clearly, they are industry leaders in more areas than just selling high-quality hunting properties.”
Whitetail Properties has continuously supported and promoted QDMA in its broadcasts and has provided video production talents to create QDMA commercials and video elements for QDMA’s National Convention. Whitetail Properties is also partnering with QDMA to produce a DVD on aging and judging whitetails in the field.
Dan Perez, Whitetail Properties TV host, accepted the award on behalf of Whitetail Properties and says, “We are honored to be recognized by an organization that does so much to ensure that future generations have the opportunity to enjoy the passion and relentless pursuit of whitetail deer. We will do all we can to support such a commendable organization.”
Founded in 1988, QDMA is a national nonprofit wildlife conservation organization dedicated to ensuring a high-quality and sustainable future for white-tailed deer and white-tailed deer hunting. With more than 50,000 members, the QDMA has developed numerous partnerships with wildlife agencies, timber companies, hunting groups and product manufacturers that share a similar goal.