An Important Message from Plano Synergy’s David E. Dudick

Wildgame Nation host Bill Busbice, JR
Wildgame Nation host Bill Busbice

Plano Synergy

USA -( Over the course of the past couple days, Plano Synergy became aware of a situation which required swift and decisive action.

Today, Bill Busbice and Plano Synergy mutually agreed to end their association. Bill Busbice and his partners sold their outdoor brands to Plano Synergy in 2013.

Since then, Bill has been providing services under contract to Plano Synergy, principally as a host of the Wildgame Nation television program, until today when that relationship was severed. Plano Synergy will also be cancelling the Wildgame Nation TV show.

Plano Synergy has a culture that is grounded in integrity and great respect for the outdoors. This comes with the expectation that we will always do the right thing. Our decisions will always reflect our commitments to our customers and consumers.

We have a deep respect for the law, tradition and the ethical practices of our sports. We take pride in serving our industry and promote the fair and lawful practices of game hunting.

Every day we strive to be a company that is trustworthy, respectful and fair with our consumers, employees, customers and business partners.

We thank you for your trust.

David E. Dudick
Chief Executive Officer


About Plano Synergy Holding, Inc.:

Plano Synergy Holding, Inc. is the leading US manufacturer and marketer of tackle boxes, equipment protection cases, crossbows, archery bows, game cameras, tree stands, ground blinds, food plot seeds, attractants, hunting packs, game calls, game feeders, metal detectors, and rangefinders for outdoor enthusiasts. For more than a half-century, Plano Synergy brands and products have inspired people to engage in outdoor pursuits throughout the world.

For more information, please visit their website.

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Wa;yne Roberts

What the hell was he thinking? He has really screwed himself and his family out of all kinds of money and ruined the years of work they had invested in a booming outdoor business.