Friday, December 17, 2010

Shimano Exec recognized by Congressional Sportsmen Foundation






Phil Morlock is the Director of Environmental Affairs for Shimano, and he received the Brad Rowse leadership award last week for promoting the sportsmen's agenda in the halls of state government. The Congressional Sportsman Foundation (CSF) oversees the National Assembly of Sportsmen's Caucuses (NASC) for each state, and state legislators are often where game and fish regulations get crafted. Morlock has served on the board of the CSF and attended the recent NASC meeting in Point Clear, Alabama. "Phil Morlock has served with distinction on the CSF Board for many years and is a trusted advisor and friend," said CSF President Jeff Crane. The Brad Rowse Leadership Award is not given annually and is named after a former staff member at the NASC. "To be awarded this very special honor by my colleagues at CSF is very humbling," said Morlock. South Carolina state representative Ted Vick also attended the NASC conference in Alabama and serves as the Chief of the Wildlife Committee in the House.

To view past blog entries about the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation click here.

PhotosByCSF: Phil Morlock of Shimano with fish

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