South Dakota – -(Ammoland.com)- Over 10,000 Wingshooting USA TV fans have already voted in the public service initiative “TruckVault Cares … for conservation, canines & kids … presented by Paw Print Genetics.”
The viral, multimedia effort generates new members and supporters for six non-profit groups, said creator/show host Scott Linden.
The position of top vote-getter has been traded frequently between the German Shorthaired Pointer rescue effort and National Police Dog Foundation, Linden said. “But it’s anybody’s game. At this point we are just getting warmed up,” he added.
Anyone can vote daily for their favorite group at www.truckvault.com/truckvaultcares and the TruckVault Facebook page. Voters are eligible for prizes throughout the campaign, which ends December 31, 2014, when a $5,000 prize package is awarded. Each group will receive a share of the funding pool based on total votes tallied.
The campaign spotlight is shared by USA Shooting, training and sanctioning organization for U.S. Olympic and Paralympic shooting sports, Quail and Upland Wildlife Foundation provides funding and manpower for on-the-ground projects, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership’s primary goal is to ensure public access to public lands, Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry funds processing and facilitates hunter donations of meat to needy families, German Shorthair Club of America’s dog rescue effort finds new homes for lost and abandoned hunting dogs, and the National Police Dog Foundation, which buys, trains, and cares for active and retired law enforcement canines.
Additional sponsors for TruckVault Cares … for conservation, canines & kids … presented by Paw Print Genetics” include title sponsor TruckVault, Happy Jack dog care products, Filson apparel, Fiocchi ammunition, Pursuit Channel, Linden’s Signature Series of dog gear, SportDOG, and O.F. Mossberg & Sons.
The most-watched upland bird hunting show on television, Wingshooting USA is the official TV series of the National Shooting Sports Foundation