AUSTIN, Texas — The American Deer & Wildlife Alliance® (ADWA) announces its support of the 4th Annual Deer Breeders Corp Convention & Whitetail Deer Auction. During the convention, ADWA will provide Spikes Magazines, and assorted ‘goodies’ to all youth attending the event.
The Deer Breeders Corp Convention will be held July 29-30, 2011 at the La Torretta Del Lago Resort & Spa in Montgomery, Texas, and bring together hundreds of the deer industry’s top whitetail deer breeders. In addition to a premium whitetail deer auction, the convention host a fishing tournament, a fun grand auction, live music, women’s wine tasting, poker tournament and more than 70 top exhibitors from the deer and outdoor industry.
“The Deer Breeders Corp is a strong family-oriented association and we are very proud to support the youth activities during the upcoming convention,” says John Meng, president of the American Deer & Wildlife Alliance. “Our youth today are the future for all of our hunting and agricultural traditions, and the importance for us to help educate our youth about land stewardship and wildlife management can not be overstated. By working with the DBC, as well as other organizations, businesses and individuals, we can extend our education efforts and introduce more kids to the outdoors.”
Founded in 2008, the Deer Breeders Corp (DBC) works with organizations and state wildlife agencies across America to foster better habitat, hunting regulations and deer conservation programs that lead to a vibrant and thriving deer industry. In addition, the DBC provides collective bargaining and greater purchasing power for producers and professionals working within the deer industry, and their families. To that end, the DBC constantly works with feed companies and many other merchants to ensure its members receive the best possible prices for products and services important to their businesses. For more information, visit www.DBCdeer.com
The American Deer & Wildlife Alliance is a non-profit organization working to promote the deer and wildlife industry and to preserve our American outdoor traditions. As a part of its public education efforts, ADWA produces Points Journal, a full-color magazine covering industry news, wildlife management issues, products and services; Spikes Magazine, a quarterly youth publication distributed to summer camps and public libraries across the country; and www.iHuntAmerica.com website, a comprehensive search engine for hunting ranches, game preserves and outfitters. ADWA also sponsors Keith Warren’s Deer & Wildlife Stories, a nationally broadcast television program on the Pursuit Channel, and the Outdoor Patriot (www.OutdoorPatriot.com), a monthly podcast which features commentary and industry guests.