Hunt in comfort this fall, Redneck Outdoor Products and National Deer Alliance come together to give back to the hunters who helped support NDA.
In light of the 2015 North American Deer Summit in Louisville, Kentucky, the National Deer Alliance (NDA) and Redneck Outdoor Products have come together to offer a giveaway that will allow participants the chance to win one of Redneck’s top performing hunting blinds, valued at over $3,000.
Beginning on Monday, April 13th interested contestants can go to the NDA Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/deeralliance?fref=ts to register for the chance to win a Redneck Predator 5X6 360 Crossover blind with a 10ft Powder Coated steel stand. To become eligible, a participant must “Like” the NDA Facebook Page and “Comment” on the giveaway post by answering a brief question regarding deer conservation. The winner will be announced May 6th, the opening day of the 2015 North American Deer Summit.
The Redneck Predator 5X6 360 Crossover with 10ft stand is the ultimate multi-purpose hunting blind. This blind caters to both the bow and gun hunter all while providing extensive visibility and versatility to execute the perfect shot when the opportunity presents itself. With just a few clicks of the mouse, this deer palace could be sitting on your favorite property this coming fall. Be sure to make your way to the National Deer Alliance Facebook page before it’ too late.
The NDA is a new organization dedicated to uniting deer hunters, managers and enthusiasts like never before and harnessing this power to achieve positive outcomes for deer and deer hunting. NDA’s goal is to serve as the unified voice of the modern deer hunter and guardian of North America’s wild deer, wildlife habitat and our hunting heritage. Membership in the NDA is free, and includes a comprehensive weekly e-newsletter on issues affecting deer and deer hunting in North America. The e-newsletter also includes timely deer information, including hunting strategies, tips from the pros, and unique, educational and entertaining videos. For more information, or to join the thousands of hunters committed to preserving our deer hunting heritage, visit http://www.nationaldeeralliance.com.