Mojo Outdoors Acquires HammerTime Wildlife Attractants

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posted on March 22, 2016
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MOJO Outdoors has completed the acquisition of HammerTime Wildlife Attractants. The HammerTime product is a high-quality deer scent that combines agricultural meal scent to the company's own special attracting aroma.

“We are excited about and committed to expanding our product offerings in our core markets,” said Terry Denmon, MOJO President & CEO. “Solidifying this acquisition positions us with a well-rounded product line allowing us to expand into new outdoor markets and give our consumers what they’ve been asking for.”

HammerTime is designed to work in two stages. It draws in a whitetail from long distances with a strong aroma, and offers a sweet and salty taste to keep the deer where you want them. The unique packaging system allows the hunter to use as little or as much product as needed. Five- and 10-pound bags are available.

“We are leveraging our existing strengths to maximize the value of HammerTime and expand our product portfolio and maintain a leadership position in the outdoor industry,” said Denmon.

For more information, go to MOJOOutdoors.com.

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