Mossy Oak has launched an initiative that has named Governor Phil Bryant as the State of Mississippi’s Honorary Chairman of Sportsmen Organized for Law Enforcement (S.O.L.E.).
In this role Gov. Bryant will be an advocate for S.O.L.E.. That role includes inviting hunters and anglers nationwide to become involved in this movement.
The organizations goal is to raise awareness and funds that will be given out equally among three existing organizations that have made known the help that is needed. Those organizations are Spirit of Blue Foundation, Below 100, and Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.).
“As a former law enforcement officer, I am delighted to serve as honorary chairman of Sportsman Organized for Law Enforcement,” Gov. Bryant told Mossy Oak. “Our men and women who wear the badge safeguard our communities, often at great risk to themselves, and they deserve nothing less than our complete support. I am grateful to Mossy Oak and everyone involved in making S.O.L.E. a reality.”
Gov. Bryant studied criminal justice and worked as a deputy county sheriff before he began his political career. He has served as State Auditor, Lt. Governor, and Governor since 2011.
For more information about S.O.L.E. please visit HERE.