Our Partners and Sponsors

The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation's partners and sponsors play an integral role in ensuring we have the resources to effectively represent sportsmen and women today and in the future. CSF is proud to be partnered with respected, iconic companies, organizations, and individuals committed to protecting and advancing hunting, angling, recreational shooting and trapping.

Legacy

Diamond

Titanium

Platinum

Gold

Silver

  • Air Line Pilots Association

  • Ameren Illinois Company

  • American Knife & Tool Institute

  • Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies

  • Center for Sportfishing Policy

  • The Coca-Cola Company

  • ComEd

  • CropLife America

  • Georgia Power Company

  • Harris Crouch

  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

  • Kalahari Management Co., LLC

  • Legacy Sports International

  • National Marine Manufacturers Association

  • National Wildlife Federation

  • O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc.

  • Oracle

  • Resource Management Service, LLC

  • Robert W. Baird & Co.

  • RSR Group, Inc.

  • Sewell Automotive Companies

  • The Westervelt Company

  • Yamaha Marine Group

Bronze

  • Airgun Sporting Association

  • American Gas Association

  • American Petroleum Institute

  • Ammo, Inc.

  • Archery Trade Association

  • Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation

  • Associated Pipe Line Contractors, Inc.

  • AT&T

  • Audubon North Carolina

  • Bank of Texas

  • Barnhill Contracting Company

  • Benelli USA

  • Bentz Properties

  • Beretta USA

  • BNSF Railway Company

  • Brandt Information Services

  • Bridgestone Americas, Inc.

  • The Budd Group

  • Cameron Management

  • Capitol Hill Consulting Group

  • Bruce and Robin Cash

  • Caterpillar, Inc.

  • Chattanooga Shooting Supplies, Inc.

  • Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated

  • Comcast Corporation

  • Constellation Brands

  • Mark Craig

  • Daniel Defense, Inc.

  • Delta Dental of Arkansas

  • Engel Coolers

  • Exelon Generation

  • Farm Credit Services of Arkansas

  • Federal Forest Resource Coalition

  • First American Title Insurance Company

  • The Friedkin Group, Inc.

  • Georgia Farm Bureau

  • GLOCK, Inc.

  • David Griffin

  • Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation

  • Harvey Builders

  • Emily Hiatt

  • Houston Texans

  • Hurt, Norton & Associates

  • Jimmy John’s

  • Jordan Outdoor Enterprises, Ltd.

  • Kelley Drye & Warren LLP

  • Kelly HVAC

  • KHI Management, LLC

  • Koch Companies Public Sector, LLC

  • Lakeside Foundation

  • Leonard Bus Lines, Inc.

  • Mississippi Sportsmen’s Foundation

  • Jeff More

  • Mule Deer Foundation

  • Murphy Family Ventures

  • Mustang Cat

  • NASCAR

  • National Air Traffic Controllers Association

  • Nicor Gas

  • North American Crossbow Federation, Inc.

  • North American Deer Farmers Association

  • North Shore Gas

  • Outdoor Cap

  • P&S Paving

  • Palantir Technologies

  • Peoples Gas

  • Perfect Image Printing

  • Professional Bull Riders

  • Ranew’s Outdoor Equipment

  • Rayonier Operating Company LLC

  • Riceland Foods, Inc.

  • The Risher Companies

  • Robert Model

  • Roeslein Alternative Energy

  • Salem Nationalease Corporation

  • Shell Lubricants

  • Sierra Pacific Industries

  • Silver Eagle Distributors Houston

  • South Point

  • Southern Company Services, Inc.

  • Swisher International

  • TechExec, LLC

  • TechnipFMC

  • Texas Parks & Wildlife Foundation

  • Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership

  • Trident Computer Resources, Inc.

  • Watershed Results, LLC

  • Wild Sheep Foundation

  • Wildlife Mississippi

  • Wilson Tractor, Inc.

  • Molly Young

Your opinion counts

A key component of the American System of Conservation Funding, the Pittman- Robertson Act directs excise taxes on firearms, ammo, and archery equipment to wildlife conservation. Since its inception in 1937 the Act has generated more than $12 billion towards conservation. However, there has been a loss of 5 million hunters in the past decade. One proposed solution to help fund conservation is to dedicate lottery proceeds for conservation purposes. Would you support this effort in your state?

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