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Buck Knives and Country Music Star Craig Morgan Team Up

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Next time you watch “Craig Morgan All Access Outdoors” on Outdoor Channel look for a Buck knife, as Buck Knives has paired with the country music superstar as a sponsor for the current 2012 season.

“All Access Outdoors” follows the life of country music sensation and diehard outdoorsman Craig Morgan. This hit reality show gives viewers an all access, backstage pass to Craig’s travels, as he pursues big game, big thrills and big laughs across North America in a quest for the ultimate hunting adventures. Craig’s engaging personality, lifelong love of hunting and considerable television experience make “All Access Outdoors” a must-see for hardcore hunters and country music fans everywhere.

Buck Knives is excited to provide Craig Morgan with the knives necessary for hunting and general outdoor use.  “Craig Morgan is ‘Americana,’ his music and TV show is a natural fit for Buck Knives,” said Bob George Director of Sales and Marketing for Buck Knives.  “Craig is a down-to-earth individual who loves the outdoors. Most importantly, many of his fans are Buck Knives fans!  We can think of no one in the Country Music industry who would be a better ambassador for us than Craig Morgan.  As a Christian company, we appreciate his openness about how religion plays a large role in his life and decisions.”

Craig Morgan is also happy to use Buck Knives on his show, as he has been familiar with Buck’s knives for many years. “I grew up with a Buck knife in my pocket whether I was hunting, fishing or just being a kid in the outdoors.  I love the fact that Buck Knives is one of the few companies which still offers USA made products.  As a matter of fact, I was really happy to hear that 100% of their hunting products are USA made.  I know the quality of Buck and look forward to using and experiencing these great products,” said Morgan.

Check out Craig Morgan here.

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