SportDog Launches Fourth Annual Companions for Conservation Contest

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posted on June 1, 2017
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SportDog has announced the continuation of its annual Companions for Conservation contest, a part of the company's Conservation Fund initiative. The social media-based contest will award three lucky youth hunters with prize packages.

The contest will launch at 11 a.m. on June 1, 2017, and is open to legal residents of the United States who have reached the age of majority (18) at the time of entry. To be eligible, you must be a parent or guardian of a child that's age 10 - 18 and who's also interested in hunting and conservation. You must also be a current member of a conservation group, and meet the other eligibility requirements found in the Official Contest Rules. Entry is limited to one photo submission per person.

To enter, submit an original dog-training, youth-education project, hunting, or wildlife-habitat related photo by using one of the options below:

• Enter through the SportDOG Facebook page on the "#C4C2017 Contest" tab.

• Post 1 image on Twitter and include the following in your post: #C4C2017, @SportDOGBrand, and the name of the conservation group to which you belong.

• Post 1 image on Instagram and include the following in your post: #C4C2017, @SportDOGBrand, and the name of the conservation group to which you belong.

• Enter through the SportDOG website by clicking here.

Grand Prize
• Started black Labrador retriever, trained by SportDOG Senior ProStaff member Chris Akin of Webb Footed Kennel
• All-expenses paid two-day duck hunting trip for the youth hunter and their guardian at Red Legs Lodge in Arkansas
• SportDOG gear package including a remote trainer, whistles, check cords, dummies, and apparel

2nd Prize
• 1 Year Membership to Ducks Unlimited
• Ducks Unlimited Blades Camo Truck Seat Organizer and Blind Bag
• Mossy Oak Dog Bed
• Ducks Unlimited Hat
• SportDOG Handler Bag and Gun Sleeve
• SportDOG T-Shirt and Hat

3rd Prize
• 1 Year Membership to Delta Waterfowl
• Rig 'Em Right Gun Case with Delta Waterfowl logo
• Delta Waterfowl Cooler, Thermos, and Hat
• Delta Waterfowl "North American Waterfowl Identification Guide"
• SportDOG T-Shirt and Hat

For more information, go to SportDog.com.

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