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Foundation Plans Sportsmen’s Celebration

For National Hunting and Fishing Day

Fort Worth, TX, July 21, 2007 – You don’t need to know how to flip a bait, cast a fly, blast a clay pigeon or even draw an arrow to enjoy the great outdoors or the good times the Sportsmen’s Foundation will roll out on September 21, 2007, for its Sportsmen’s Celebration at the Fort Worth Convention Center.

This one-of-a kind event celebrating National Hunting and Fishing Day will feature a wild game dinner and country music concert showcasing the talents of outdoor enthusiasts. Event ticket sales, auctions, sweepstakes and a Vegas style casino will help fund educational programs to foster a greater appreciation for our Texas outdoor heritage.

“This will be the 36th Annual National Hunting and Fishing Day,” said Shane Johnson, event chairman and president of The Sportsmen’s Foundation, a national 501C-3 non-profit organization based in Texas. “The day was established by Congress in 1971, but today few celebrate it and that is something our organization and others are going to change,” he added.

About The Sportsmen’s Foundation

The Sportsmen’s Foundation is a national non-profit organization created to bring outdoor sporting enthusiasts and wildlife conservation groups together to realize common ground and shared goals. It is involved in educational and communication activities designed to help individuals and families gain a greater appreciation for outdoor recreation, while protecting their opportunities to hunt and fish. For more information on The Sportsmen’s Foundation, visit www.sportsmensfoundation.org or for ticket and other information about the celebration, visit sportsmenscelebration.com or call Toll Free 1-888-846-6411.

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