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Chad Love Hired as Editor and Brand Manager of Quail ForeverChad Love Hired as Editor and Brand Manager of Quail Forever

St. Paul, Minn. –-(Ammoland.com)- Quail Forever has selected Chad Love as the organization’s new Editor for Quail Forever’s Journal of Quail Conservation, the signature publication of the nation’s foremost quail habitat conservation group. Love will also serve as Quail Forever’s first quail-specific brand manager. Love will help the organization increase its authentic content in print and all digital forms starting on April 23rd. Additionally, Love will support an overarching goal of brand growth for Quail Forever in membership, events, media, marketing and corporate partnerships.

A diehard quail hunter, conservationist and writer his entire life, Love becomes only the second editor in Quail Forever’s 13-year history. Love’s predecessor, Mark Herwig (2005-2018), is set to retire as editor of both the Pheasants Forever Journal and Quail Forever Journal in June. Love will take over the new role while being based in Woodward, Oklahoma in the heart of Great Plains bobwhite and scaled quail country with easy access to other quail regions – the Southeast, high plains, and deserts of the Southwest. Love looks forward to highlighting the work of Quail Forever chapters and volunteers through the Journal of Quail Conservation and the organization’s digital platforms.

“The opportunity to work for a conservation organization like Quail Forever transcends simply getting a job. It is a career destination, as well as a unique way to help advance a mission in which I am passionately and personally vested,” Love stated. “I believe the Quail Forever editor and brand manager requires someone who eats, sleeps, and breathes quail, quail dogs, quail shotguns, and quail conservation. Given the choice, there’s little else I’d rather do than think about, write about and hunt quail.”

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