You’re invited to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation dinner and benefit auction at the Yuma Chapter’s 19th annual banquet, Saturday, May 18th, 2013.
If we do not help conserve the landscapes, wildlife, and way of life we love, who will? But who says we can't stand strong for elk country and our hunting heritage -- and kick up a little dust in the process. No one has more fun while ensuring the future of wild elk and our hunting heritage. The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation believes that Hunting Is Conservation. Hunters and anglers were among the first crusaders for conservation and we remain today’s most important conservation leaders.
Our auctions and raffles are packed with top-shelf firearms, dream hunts, ideal home accents and a ton of old-fashioned fun. There’s a reason why the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation banquet is known as a great time for a great cause. Things tend to get a little lively and it only happens one night a year, so don’t miss it!
Since 1984, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has conserved more than 6 million acres of prime elk country, opened more than 650,000 acres of previously off-limits land to public access, helped restore elk to six states, and stood strong for America’s great hunting heritage. The mission of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is to ensure the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat and our hunting heritage. Since 1984, we have protected and enhanced over 6 million acres of wildlife habitat. We also support hunting heritage programs and help restore wild elk herds. Along the way, we have helped open access to nearly half a million acres for public hunting and other recreation.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is encouraging everyone who supports hunting and conservation to get involved and take greater pride in our legacy.
Please help us do more to uphold this proud tradition. Join us 4:30 PM on Saturday, May 18th, 2013 at Pivot Point Event & Conference Center.
Yours in Conservation,
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Yuma Chapter
To view the invitation, go to the following website. http://www.rmef.org/Arizona/Yuma
To buy tickets in advance or help support RMEF’s conservation efforts please visit. https://events.rmef.org/shop.aspx?eid=0169130
PSA and other media contact: Kristie Kilkelly firstname.lastname@example.org or 740-928-0156
Saturday, 18 May, 2013
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Cost:$35 - $70
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