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American Sportsman Shooting Center Supports Dallas Safari Club as Convention Sponsor

Dallas Safari Club 2014

American Sportsman Shooting Center Inc, has announced the company’s participation as a “Gold Safari Sponsor” of the Dallas Safari Club’s 2014 Convention “Generations”.  Known as “The Greatest Hunting & Outdoor Show on the Planet,” the convention will be held at the Dallas Convention Center and Omni Hotel January 9-12, 2014.  This annual convention celebrates the sporting way of life and attracts thousands of sportsmen and women from around the globe.  More than 32,000 are expected to attend the four-day exposition, which will feature over 1,400 exhibitors.

“We are very proud to support the efforts of the Dallas Safari Club” said Kristi Drawe, Marketing Director at American Sportsman Shooting Center Inc.  “This annual convention has become the signature event for anyone connected to the international hunting community, and it is a privilege for our company to join as a sponsor.”

American Sportsman Shooting Center Inc opens the doors to their first indoor shooting facility – the Sportsman Shooting Center located in Grapevine, TX, on September 21, 2013.   The Sportsman Shooting Center is the USA’s first indoor hunting shooting center, and features a fully enclosed, live-fire cinema projection range. This facility allows shooters to practice their skills on moving digital game images projected on an 18 x 30 foot screen using their own rifle and ammunition. For more information about American Sportsman Shooting Center, please email kristi.drawe@americansportsmanshootingcenter.com, or visit www.sportsmanshootingcenter.com.

Since forming in 1970, the Dallas Safari Club, an international non-profit education and conservation organization, has contributed millions of dollars to programs benefitting wildlife and habitat, as well as to promoting and protecting the rights and interests of hunters worldwide.    For more information about Dallas Safari Club, please visit www.biggame.org.

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