Benelli Reunites with Duck Commander

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posted on November 8, 2016
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It's been a little bit, but two brands that have long been associated with waterfowl hunting have once again joined the same team. Duck Commander has rejoined the Benelli family, effective immediately.

As part of the partnership between the two brands, Benelli will be the exclusive shotgun provider for the Duck Commander media properties.

"Our relationship with Benelli started back in 2006 and the company has always been a great partner to us," said Duck Commander CEO Willie Robertson. "Benelli's support, enthusiasm and dedication allowed us to successfully work together with the common goal of providing hunters and shooters with quality products."

In 2009, Benelli gave its support to Duck Commander by becoming the title sponsor of "Benelli Presents Duck Commander," the show that led to the creation of "Duck Dynasty," and the subsequent global launch of the Duck Commander brand.

"Our entire crew is thrilled to reestablish this partnership," Robertson said.

For more information, go to BenelliUSA.com or DuckCommander.com.

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