Don’t miss this must attend seminar at the 2014 SCI Annual convention in Las Vegas! Wherever you are traveling it helps to know you have an out when things go wrong.
You’ve heard stories about Global Rescue and the great things it has done for hunters around the world. Attend this seminar to hear some of these stories, including a few from Don Causey, former editor/publisher of The Hunting Report. You’ll also meet Scott Hume. Scott runs Global Rescue’s security and rescue operations. Prior to Global Rescue, Scott spent a career in the U.S. Army as an infantry officer culminating in promotion to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Scott served globally and in nearly all types of infantry units, including service in the 75th Ranger Regiment.
You’ll also get the hard facts about Global Rescue’s service, as well as its importance to you as a travelling hunter. Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn about a great new Global Rescue benefit for all SCI members.
There are fewer than 100 days to go until we’re all together in Las Vegas for The Ultimate Hunters’ Market® and choice rooms close to all the action are filling up quickly including at SCI’s host hotel, Mandalay Bay. SCI’s International Hunters’ Convention is the biggest and the best hunting show on earth and with more than 968 flights a day in and out of Las Vegas, it’s never been easier to attend. If you plan on going we encourage you to book your room now. We’ve made it very easy to register. Simply follow this link or call 888-746-9724 today.
World Champion elk caller, outfitter, guide and television host, Chad Schearer, will share tips and techniques for taking more and bigger bulls with attendees of the 2014 SCI Convention to be held in Las Vegas, Nevada. Learn the best areas to hunt, when to call and when to stay silent, how to apply for the best tags, how to choose an outfitter, or how to plan a do-it-yourself hunt.
But that’s not all! Chad will also discuss choosing the right gun, muzzleloader, bow, bullets, broadheads and more.
Join Tim Schnell, from GSM Outdoors, at the 2014 Safari Club International Convention as he demonstrates how the use of Trail and Point of View camera technology has become an integral part of photographing wildlife and documenting the outdoor adventure experience.
Learn about proper camera positioning and mounting techniques to maximize your camera’s potential to best capture your personal adventures!