Le Grand, Iowa Woman Wins 2009 Pheasants Forever Chevy Truck Giveaway

Le Grand, Iowa Woman Wins 2009 Pheasants Forever Chevy Truck Giveaway
Truck giveaway benefits Pheasants Forever’s wildlife habitat conservation mission.

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Saint Paul, Minn. – -(AmmoLand.com)- Pheasants Forever (PF) announces Danielle Hotchkin of Le Grand, Iowa, as the winner of the 2009 Pheasants Forever/Chevy Truck Giveaway. Hotchkin won a 2009 Chevy Silverado 1500 4WD Extended Cab with a suggested retail value of nearly $35,000 after her Dad purchased her ticket to the Jasper County (Iowa) Chapter PF banquet.

Giveaway tickets for the Chevy truck were available at PF chapter events in Chevrolet’s North Central Region. Hotchkin attended the annual Jasper County event with her father Dave Kaisand, and then picked up her winning truck at Clemons Chevy in Marshalltown, Iowa.

“We’re proud to support Pheasants Forever volunteers and the wildlife habitat conservation mission they work hard at,” said Mike Clemons of Clemons Chevy, “A congratulations to Danielle, as it’s a pleasure to see someone from the region win the Chevy truck.” Clemons Chevy in Marshalltown is in Marshall County, which neighbors Jasper County.

“Pheasants Forever operates under a unique organizational model, and it’s because of great partnering opportunities such as the Pheasants Forever/Chevy Truck Giveaway that we are able to be successful at improving local habitat,” said Joe Duggan, PF’s vice president of marketing and corporate relations, “Pheasants Forever appreciates the support of Chevrolet and the local Clemons Chevy dealership. This support will lead to wildlife conservation benefits throughout the region.”

About:
Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever are non-profit conservation organizations dedicated to the protection and enhancement of pheasant, quail, and other wildlife populations in North America through habitat improvement, land management, public awareness, and education. PF/QF has more than 130,000 members in 700 local chapters across the continent.

For additional information please visit www.PheasantsForever.org and www.QuailForever.org