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CamelBak man drinking on bike Hydration. A simple word that consumes everything we do at CamelBak. Our journey started with hands-free hydration packs so you could seek, sip and sustain. But like you, we evolve and grow. We're constantly creating (and obsessing over) new sustainable hydration solutions. From bike and hike, to run and sun, our thirst for adventure and innovation knows no boundaries.

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Primos The legendary Primos Hunting brand is best known for making the most realistic and reliable calls on the market. The team also manufactures hunting blinds, scent control products and other hunting accessories. Primos Truth About Hunting is one of the top shows on Outdoor Channel and Primos Truth series DVDs are perennial best-sellers.

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Remington person hunting in the woods From muskets to modern day, generations of hunters and shooters have trusted legendary Remington ammunition. Loaded in Lonoke, Arkansas by American workers, Remington’s wide array of pioneering sporting and hunting ammunition promises to get the job done every time the trigger is pulled.

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Employee Spotlight: Anne Beihoffer, Vista Outdoor

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According to Anne Beihoffer, a person can learn a lot about leading a team from our equine friends. At one point in her career, she prepared a witty presentation sharing leadership lessons she learned from horse ownership. “A lot of learnings are applicable – some of which may help prevent being labeled as the rearward anatomy of a horse,” she said. Her favorites? First, when things don’t go as planned, it can get a little “western.” Second, stay calm – your horse follows your lead. Finally, cues and corrections don’t always have to be forceful, but they must be purposeful.…
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