Hunter’s Dream Sweepstakes Will Benefit Deer Management

Hunters who participate in the Hunter’s Dream Sweepstakes will not only have a chance to win more than $250,000 worth of prizes, but will also help out the Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA).

Thirty lucky winners are eligible for more than $250,000 in prizes, including 44 firearms and 21 dream hunts and trips! The drawing is set for December 12 with the grand prize winner having a choice between eight prize packages including $15,000 in cash!

Tom's News Item on QDMA Sweepstakes 11-15 _105x478Tickets cost $25 each, one can get six for $100, 14 for $200, 24 for $300, 36 for $400 or 50 for $500. Every ticket is entered into all 30 of the drawings. Prizes include 44 firearms, 20 dream hunts, an Alaskan Inside Passage cruise for four, a Polaris Sportsman ATV, Cabela’s Gift Cards, Swarovski binoculars, TenPoint Crossbows, cash prizes, and other great selections.

Hunts offered in the drawing include Yukon Moose with Jim Shockey’s Rogue River Outfitters, Alberta Whitetail & Mule Deer, Colorado Elk, Alaskan Moose, Alberta Black Bear & Wolf, Alaskan Waterfowl, Kentucky Whitetail, Alberta Mountain Lion, and an Alaskan Fishing Trip

The Hunter’s Dream Sweepstakes helps support the QDMA’s efforts to ensure the future of white-tailed deer, wildlife habitat and our hunting heritage. One hundred percent of the net proceeds from this sweepstakes will be used to fund the work.

Click for more information and details on the prizes, or to enter by phone, call 866-460-3337.

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