January 12, 2023 (Washington, DC) – The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF), the most respected and trusted sportsmen’s organization in the political arena announced today that Kevin Perry has joined the organization as Vice President of Development. Kevin comes to CSF with over a decade of experience driving exponential growth at the global, national, regional, and independent levels for established and emerging brands in the outdoor sporting goods and BBQ industries.
In this new role, Kevin will be responsible for leading the creation and expansion of strategic fundraising efforts that build upon CSF’s existing programs and partnerships in support of the organization’s mission across the United States.
“I’m extremely honored to be afforded the opportunity to serve CSF in a development role,” said Kevin. “The passion and dedication amongst the CSF staff and partners are second to none, and the work is essential to protecting and expanding opportunities for hunters and anglers. I couldn’t be more excited to be part of this team.”
Prior to joining CSF, Kevin’s extensive sales experience in the outdoor industry includes Under Armour Outdoors, Marolina Outdoors, and most recently, Dansons Inc. where Kevin served as the Director of National Accounts for brands such as Pit Boss, Louisiana Grill, and Country Smokers, to name a few. Additionally, Kevin also previously served as an Intern for the National Deer Alliance and the NRA-ILA.
According to CSF President & CEO, Jeff Crane, “Kevin’s passion and dedication for the outdoors is the perfect fit for CSF. His proven track record in the industry for driving growth and the connections he brings made him the perfect choice for this position. We look forward to having Kevin on board to help elevate and grow our brand and visibility.”
Kevin holds a BA Degree in Public Policy Studies from Duke University and a Master’s in Wildlife Management from the University of Georgia.
An avid outdoorsman, Kevin enjoys hunting and fishing as well as spending time with his family at their lodge in Arkansas.