Vista Outdoor Employee Rides to Raise Money for the Marines

Marines Special Operations Foundation (MARSOC)

Vista Outdoor employee, Vic Ziliani, a veteran and avid mountain bike racer has raised over $11,800 since 2012 when he became a community athlete for the Marine Special Operations Foundation (MARSOC). This year, Vic has raised over $2,600 in his fundraising efforts to support MARSOC. More 

Vista Outdoor Brand Federal Premium Helps
Welcome Home the Troops

Welcome Home the Troops
Wild Wings of Oneka and the Yellow Ribbon Network help sponsor the 15th  Annual “Welcome Home the Troops” pheasant hunt. Vista Outdoor brand, Federal Premium, donated the ammunition that was used in the hunt while other local businesses sponsor the fields which pay for the pheasants, clays, and wild game lunch. More

Grateful Nation


Federal Premium Ammunition is proud to sponsor Grateful Nation, an outdoor adventure series that goes behind the scenes and into the hunting fields with American disabled veterans. The program gives disabled veterans a chance to go on the hunt of their lives to help them overcome the physical and emotional scars of war. Grateful Nation on the Outdoor Channel. 

Vista Outdoor Donates $10,000 to Hand in Hand Outdoors



Vista Outdoor donated $10,000 to Hand in Hand Outdoors to assist with the organization’s construction of an out-camp dedicated to the memory of fallen service members from Utah and Wyoming. The check was presented during Vista Outdoor’s sales conference held in Park City, Utah. More

Folds of Honor

folds of honorIn 2016, Vista Outdoor brand Bushnell donated nearly $260,000 to the Folds of Honor Foundation, an organization that provides educational scholarships to children and spouses of military members killed or disabled while serving our nation. Since establishing a partnership in 2010 Bushnell has contributed more than $1.2 million to the foundation. 

Vista Outdoor Sponsors Minnesota WWII Honor Flight

On April 16, Dennis Angell, Marine Corps veteran, and Jim Grow, Army Vietnam veteran, had the pleasure of escorting World War II veterans Harold Hanson and Orville Geslin on their WWII Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. Their flight, with 78 veterans and 78 guardians, left Minneapolis at 6:00 a.m. and returned the same evening at 11:00 p.m. More

#22Pushup Challenge Has Employees on the Floor

camelbak22pushCamelBak employees believe that thanks and obligations to American troops extend beyond the equipment they make. A 2012 Veterans Administration Suicide Data Report showed an average of 22 veterans were killed by suicide every day. More


Vista Outdoor Supports Camp Valor Outdoors

campvalorCamp Valor Outdoors is a non-profit organization that recognizes and honors our wounded veterans and their families with the opportunity to participate in competitive outdoor activities with dignity and respect while empowering them with the skills and motivation to overcome their injuries. More