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GRIME BOSS® Realtree Wipes Clean the Toughest Outdoor Messes

If you spend much time in the outdoors, you’re gonna get dirty. Mud, blood, muck…the list goes on for the grime that must be cleaned from the hunter’s hands and gear. That’s where GRIME BOSS® Realtree Wipes come in. These pre-moistened wipes are being used by hunters and outdoors enthusiasts to clean their hands, faces, gear and equipment of the toughest messes found in the field.

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A Snapshot of America’s Waterfowl Species and Hunters

In recent blog posts we’ve presented a snapshot look at both big-game and small-game hunter participation in an effort to offer perspective on market sizes. Here we’ll take a look at migratory bird hunter numbers.

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Realtree Youth Activewear Clothing 2017 by Colosseum

Colosseum’s new line of Realtree Active Apparel for youth ensures your young outdoorsman or woman looks and feels great while participating in his or her favorite sport or activity. Stylish, durable and comfortable, the Realtree tees and tanks show off a love for the outdoors in flattering, performance-enhancing designs.

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New Realtree License Plates by HangTime

Outdoorsmen and women constantly look for unique ways to display their love of the hunt and their favorite college sports. HangTime’s new Realtree license plates and signs provide a new and distinctive way to show off both.

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A Snapshot of America’s Most Popular Small Game Species and Hunters

As we’ve explained numerous times here at the Realtree Business Blog, it can be difficult to get detailed information about the specific species that hunters pursue. Individual states provide that information in some instances, but frequently license types are listed simply as “big game” or “small game” or “gamebird.”

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Facebook Continues Dominance as No. 1 Social Media Site

The prominence and global reach of Facebook make it one of the most attractive (if not mandatory) sites for businesses to conduct their social media efforts. Statista reported that a survey of U.S. Internet users who were using selected social media sites (as of April 2015), 72% used Facebook – by far the site with the highest use – while 23% accessed Twitter.

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