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Hunting Illustrated Offers Free Subscriptions through ADWA

08-29-2008 03:03 PM CET | Sports

Press release from: American Deer & Wildlife Alliance

AUSTIN, Texas — Don’t miss the opportunity to get a free six-month subscription to the popular Hunting Illustrated magazine. Chock full of everything hunting — from special hunting features to gear for bow hunters, and the highly anticipated “Adventure Issue” in December/January — Hunting Illustrated is a must for the hunting enthusiast and subscriptions are now free through the American Deer & Wildlife Alliance (ADWA).

As a national non-profit trade association geared towards uniting and promoting the sport of hunting, ADWA is pleased to host this offer from King’s Outdoor World. Hunting Illustrated offers articles ranging from the biggest mule deer and elk, big game hunting throughout the West, new gear seen at the SHOT and ATA shows, and much more.

“We joined ADWA to share our love of the hunt with others, and Hunting Illustrated is the best way to get pumped up for the hunting season,” says Levi Bouwman, CEO of King’s Outdoor World.

“ADWA is based on the belief that we can and will grow the wildlife industry nationwide, for many reasons sportsmen hold dear, and we jumped at the opportunity to host this offer offered by Hunting Illustrated,” says Annie Jones, ADWA director of operations. Our members can’t wait to get their hunt on, and this will get enthusiasts excited.”

To receive your free subscription, please go to deerwildlifealliance.org/partner20_king's-outdoor-world.htm, and click on the banner. Please submit the following information: full name, email address and physical address.

To learn more about Hunting Illustrated, please visit Hunting Illustrated.com.

For more information about the American Deer & Wildlife Alliance, call 877.528.7100 or visit www.DeerWildlifeAlliance.org.

Meng & Associates
3011 Dawn Drive, Ste 107
Georgetown, TX 78628
512.930.7100

Headquartered in Georgetown, Texas, the American Deer & Wildlife Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to the growth of the deer and wildlife industry, and to help educate consumers and the youth on the conservation issues that effect deer and wildlife as well as the industry. For more information on the American Deer & Wildlife Alliance, call 877.528.7100 or visit deerwildlifealliance.org.

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