DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) — Clothing maker Carhartt is partnering with the state for the Department of Natural Resources' Pure Michigan Hunt.
The state announced Monday that Dearborn-based Carhartt Inc. plans to donate jackets and bib overalls to the next round of prize packages for Pure Michigan Hunt winners. The hunts are part of an effort to support hunting and wildlife management in Michigan.
Every year, three hunters each win a hunting prize package valued at more than $4,000. This year's package includes elk and bear hunting licenses, a Darton Archery crossbow package, rifles from Michigan Gun Owners and shotguns from Ducks Unlimited.
To enter the drawing, hunters buy $4 Pure Michigan Hunt applications. All entries must be received by Dec. 31. Three hunters will be chosen in January.