Texas Deer Association Welcomes Facebook Fans
SAN ANTONIO, TX — -(AmmoLand.com)- The Texas Deer Association (TDA) welcomes deer enthusiasts to become Facebook Fans and share their excitement for whitetail and mule deer. TDA’s new presence on Facebook.com will increase communication opportunities for TDA and TDA members as well as sportsmen and deer enthusiasts across the country.
In addition to visiting the TDA website (www.TexasDeerAssociation.com) hunters and deer enthusiasts can now share information with others through the acclaimed social networking site or to subscribe to receive online updates from TDA.
“Millions of people use Facebook everyday to keep up with friends and to share information, links and photos, and we are excited to be the first state deer association to provide education through social marketing techniques,” says Karl Kinsel, executive director of the Texas Deer Association. “Providing education about deer and deer management is a primary mission for TDA and we are dedicated to expanding our communication in as many venues as possible to share our knowledge and enthusiasm for whitetail and mule deer.”
To become a TDA Facebook Fan, simply go to www.facebook.com, visit the TDA page and click the link. Facebook fans can receive up-to-date information on TDA seminars and banquets, be the first to see new ‘online exclusive’ news, and to see photos of the some of the biggest deer in Texas.
By adding TDA to their fan list, users can interact by uploading pictures of their favorite whitetail and mule deer hunts, suggesting places to visit, sharing tips, recipes and other information pertinent to fellow hunters and deer enthusiasts. TDA’s Facebook page will also offer its fans direct links to other popular deer breeding web sites, keeping these helpful sites easy to find.
In a recent online survey conducted by the North American Deer Farmers Association, 56 percent of respondents said they belong to or regularly use Facebook, a percentage which was three times that of any other social networking site.
The TDA is the only non-profit organization solely committed to improving the quality of Texas deer herds through improved habitat, modern harvest strategies and genetic improvement. As a part of its public education efforts, the TDA publishes a full-color bimonthly magazine, Tracks, which updates TDA members on current legislative news, deer genetics and game management issues. The TDA also hosts an annual convention and trade show featuring a live deer sales, auction, golf tournament and other events.
To learn more about the Texas Deer Association or for membership information, visit www.texasdeerassociation.com or call 210.767.8300.
Headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, the Texas Deer Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the health and welfare of Texas deer herds, and to developing ways to improve deer quality in Texas. For more information on the Texas Deer Association, call 210.767.8300 or visit www.TexasDeerAssociation.com.