Bright Idea Outdoors has been a great means of connecting with outdoors people all over North America
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) December 05, 2011
Bear-Hunting.Org is proud to announce the recent partnership they forged with Bright Idea Outdoors. Bright Idea Outdoors is a weblog written by Matt Coughlin and is designed to provide information and commentary on outdoor adventures, products, current events, philosophy, etc. The Bear-Hunting.Org website is an educational portal designed to educate hunters on everything and anything related to bear hunting in North America. “We are excited that we can start co-promoting with Bright Idea Outdoors. Matt Coughlin provides some excellent commentary that every hunter can enjoy” said Noah Riddle.
The primary goal of the partnership between Bright Idea Outdoors and Bear-Hunting.Org is to provide hunters and outdoors men with a place to read and learn about hunting and the great outdoors. Coughlin has been posting on his weblog since June 2006.
“Bright Idea Outdoors has been a great means of connecting with outdoors people all over North America, enabling me not only to educate others about hunting but also to learn from experts in various aspects of our great sport,” Coughlin said. “Bear-Hunting.org is a great addition to our blogroll.”
The Bright Idea Outdoors weblog is also a supporter and member of the Outdoor Bloggers Summit. The Bear-Hunting.Org website went live in 2009 with the main goal of educating people on bear hunting. “We’ve worked hard on the Bear-Hunting.Org website and will continue to improve our website while also looking for new strategic partnerships like we recently made with Bright Idea Outdoors” said Noah Riddle.
According to Bear-Hunting.Org it’s important that websites related to hunting and the outdoors work to promote these types of activities. With the increasing rise of home gaming systems and computer addicts it’s very easy for someone to forget the wonderful world outside of technology. Bright Idea Outdoors and Bear-Hunting.Org challenge anyone who hasn’t been hunting or recently been involved in any outdoor activities to try it out. They believe that once people realize what the outdoors has to offer they’ll be less inclined to spend their time attached to their computers, smart phones and video game consoles. “Not only should parents be encouraging their kids to go outdoors, but they should be encouraging themselves” said Noah Riddle.