Titan and QDMA form Conservation Partnership


Titan UTV, the leader in electric 4×4 utility vehicles, proudly announces its partnership with the Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA), North America’s leading non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the future of white-tailed deer, wildlife habitat and our hunting heritage.

“We’re excited to support a highly respected organization like QDMA that shares our enthusiasm for whitetail deer hunting and conservation,” said Shane Wilson, President of Titan UTV. “We feel strongly that this partnership is ‘ahead of the curve’ and will lead to additional conservation partnerships in the future.”

The new partnership provides three distinct benefits to the QDMA and its members. First, QDMA members will receive a 10-percent discount off the MSRP price of any Titan UTV purchased. Second, Titan will donate 6-percent of the purchase price back to the QDMA. Finally, Titan will donate two vehicles for auction at the QDMA’s 2012 National Convention, with all proceeds used to further the organization’s mission.

“It’s a win-win situation for Titan and QDMA,” said Brian Murphy, CEO of the 50,000-member organization. “The variety and quality of Titan UTVs make them perfect fits for our members. Our members benefit by saving money while the association generates additional funds to further its efforts to ensure quality deer herds and hunting experiences now and, especially, in the future.”

Titan UTV will offer both its mid-sized Sniper 4×4 and full-size Scout 4×4 models in an exclusive QDMA edition as part of the partnership. Further, a separate QDMA package, which includes embroidered seats with QDMA logo and the choice of solid or camo paint scheme, can be incorporated into any one of the nine Titan UTV models. In 2011, Titan was the industry’s first to offer a full-size Hybrid Drive UTV, the Scout H Series, which incorporates a 72 volt/42 hp AC drivetrain powered by either a charged battery bank or onboard 7.5kw gas generator.

For more information on Titan UTV models and the QDMA partnership, visit www.titanutv.com. For more information on the QDMA please visit www.qdma.com.

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