Press Release - For Immediate Release: May 15, 2014
Garry Mason, Founder of the Legends of the Outdoors National Hall of Fame announced that Terry Denmon, Professional Hunter and President & CEO of MOJO Outdoors will be inducted into the National Hall of Fame at their annual ceremony in August which will be held in their hometown of Nashville, TN. Terry and MOJO are both based in Monroe, LA.
Terry joins such outdoor icons as Hank Parker, Bill Dance, Larry Weishuhn, Johnny Morris, Toxey Haas, Tom Knapp, Jimmy Houston, Jackie Bushman and other noted outdoor legends.
Including this year, only 91 persons have been inducted.
Garry says that he created this exclusive club to recognize outdoor sportsmen and women who have played a critical role in setting the standards and guidelines for the rest of the outdoor world to follow. He added "I know of no other person or company who have changed the way we hunt, especially waterfowl, as much as Terry and MOJO. Their products have certainly been a game changer for most hunters".
When asked, Terry stated, "when we started mojo, we had no thought of influencing the hunting world, we were all dedicated hunters and thought it would be cool to be in the industry. Anything that MOJO has accomplished was largely done by others, especially my original partner, Murry Crowe. However, I am extremely honored and humbled by this honor".
Terry is very active in a number of civil and charitable organizations and just completed a six year Commission term on the Louisiana Wildlife & Fisheries Commission: serving two years as Chairman and two years as Vice-Chairman.
Terry's passion is waterfowling and endless hours are spent developing new and innovative MOJO products that help waterfowl hunters be more successful.
The "Legends of the Outdoors" National Hall of Fame has been established to recognize those outdoor sportsmen and sportswomen who, through countless hours of hard work and devotion to the outdoors, in both hunting and fishing, have played an integral part in setting the standards and guidelines for the rest of the outdoor world to follow.