QDMA Hunter's Dream Sweepstakes Now Open

posted on November 10, 2014

The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) has launched its Hunter's Dream Sweepstakes, which will allow 30 winners to choose from over $300,000 in prizes—including 52 firearms and 26 "dream hunts."

To enter, interested parties must purchase sweepstakes tickets from the QDMA. Hunter's Dream Sweepstakes tickets are available for $25 each, 6 for $100, 14 for $200 and 24 for $300. Every ticket is entered in all 30 drawings, which will all take place on December 6, 2014. You do not have to be a QDMA member to participate.

The Grand Prize winner will get to choose from eight prize packages, one of which is a $15,000 cash payout. Other prizes include 52 firearms, 25 dream hunts, an Alaskan Inside Passage cruise for four, Polaris Rangers, a $6,000 Cabela's Shopping Spree, a Lowe Roughneck 1756 boat, Mathews Creed bows, Swarovski binoculars, TenPoint Crossbows, Honda Generators, FLIR Thermosight night vision scopes, gift cards and further cash prizes.

The complete list of prizes and official rules can be found at HuntersDreamSweepstakes.com.

To enter, interested parties must contact the QDMA at 866-460-3337.

For more information, go to QDMA.com.


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