September 12, 2012 (Washington, DC) -The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) is pleased to announce the completion of an extensive overhaul to their website (www.sportsmenslink.org). The new and improved website officially went live on Wednesday, September 12, and is now available as a resource for all individuals interested in sportsmen’s policy issues.
The website is designed as a “one stop shop” for all policy information relevant to sportsmen and women and those actively engaged in advocating for sportsmen’s issues. With more than 250 pages of content, the new CSF website caters to: Members of Congress, Governors, state legislators, outdoor media, state and federal agency personnel, allied industry partners and the general public.
Beyond providing up-to-date information on the membership of each of CSF’s caucus programs – the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus, the Governors Sportsmen’s Caucus and the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses – the new website features policy briefs, legislative alerts, reports and data (including CSF’s Sportsmen’s Economic Impact Report), state profiles featuring information on pro-sportsmen elected officials in each state, CSF events, photo galleries, press releases, and important news relevant to the outdoor community. The new CSF website also allows users to participate in interactive polling questions, share news through multiple social media platforms and subscribe to CSF’s various publication mailing lists.
Jeff Crane, President of CSF stated, “I am excited to announce the launch of the new CSF website. Our new site is a great resource for all who are dedicated to protecting sportsmen’s traditions, whether it is hunting, angling, recreational shooting and trapping or issues important to the conservation community. Our website’s vast archives of state and federal policy, reports and data and our library of sportsmen-related news make for an excellent source of information for anyone interested in learning about sportsmen’s policy issues on Capitol Hill and in state capitals throughout the nation.”
The site was developed by Reusser Design, LLC in partnership with Boston-based marketing agency Eveland & Partners to be device-responsive – a revolutionary way of organizing information onto a fluid grid, which displays on any size device: mobile phone, tablet, laptop, desktop, or large-format screen.
View the new website for yourself at www.sportsmenslink.org, or contact Cole Henry, Communications Coordinator for CSF, at email@example.com or (202) 543-6850 x19 for more information.
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