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Vail Products Renews With Gamekeepers on Pursuit Channel

Vail proves there's never an off-season to outdoor passions.

Wed January 14, 2015 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Vail Products has renewed its television partnership with Gamekeepers of Mossy Oak for the series’ 2015 schedule on the Pursuit Channel.
Vail Products has renewed its television partnership with Gamekeepers of Mossy Oak for the series’ 2015 schedule on the Pursuit Channel.

Vail Products of Horton, Kan., a manufacturer of aftermarket severe-duty construction equipment attachments and land management tools, has renewed its television partnership with Gamekeepers of Mossy Oak for the series’ 2015 schedule on the Pursuit Channel.

“Gamekeepers represent a degree of primetime viewership and enterprise synergy that’s perfect for a company making some of the most ingenious and durable heavy-duty tools in America,” said Bobby Cole of Gamekeepers. “Gamekeepers and its associated media are designed to be the perfect complements to Vail Products and other manufacturers concerned with conservation.

“Clearing unwanted trees, shrubs and brush is light work for Vail’s innovative X Series tools,” Cole continued. “Its Brush Cutter, featuring a four-blade and 75-inch cutting swath, is every land managers dream come true.”

Vail Products X Series attachments for compact track loaders, skid steers and utility tractors includes the brush cutter, brush grapple, tree saw, land planer, grubber, rock bucket and cement mixer.

“There’s never an off-season to our outdoor passions,” said Ed Hammersmith, the president of Vail Products. “And that’s an obsession shared by the Gamekeepers of Mossy Oak and its broadcast compliment on Pursuit Channel. Gamekeepers and Pursuit Channel offer a precise television demographic for Vail Products.”




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