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SCI News for January 22

We're smack in the middle of tradeshow season with lots of manufacturer news coming fast and furious.
SCI News
SCI News for January 22
By Safari Club International • Issue #15 • View online
We’re smack in the middle of tradeshow season with lots of manufacturer news coming fast and furious. When the industry’s top wire service issued it’s most popular daily edition, the lead article was the announcement of SCI’s acquisition of Texas Trophy Hunters Association. Here at SHOT Show, it’s the first question we’re being asked and everyone, from top tv personalities to manufacturers, are excited for both SCI & TTHA, and what this means for hunting. The future is bright, and we can’t wait to celebrate it with you at the SCI Convention in two weeks!

This Week
Win a ROXOR (and more!) from SCI in 2020
Win a ROXOR (and more!) from SCI in 2020
SCI Legislator of the Year, Representative Jeff Duncan Featured On Tag Soup
Reward offered for tips leading to elk poachers
There has been a rise in elk–poaching in the northern part of the lower peninsula of Michigan. The Safari Club International–Michigan Involvement Committee is now offering a $1,000 reward to anyone providing information leading to the arrest and conviction of individuals illegally killing elk in Michigan.
Reward Offered for Information on Elk Poachers in Michigan
Reward Offered for Information on Elk Poachers in Michigan
Public Land Sunday Hunting Bill Introduced in Virginia
Chapter Happenings
SCI Northwest on Instagram
SCI West Texas Chapter on Instagram
Lake Superior Chapter SCI on Instagram
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Events coming up in the next 30 days. For an event in your area, please check our online calendar.
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