GMS Announces Sponsorship for Texas Deer Association Convention

GMS Announces Sponsorship for Texas Deer Association Convention

Game Management Solutions
Game Management Solutions

WACO, Texas — -(AmmoLand.com)- As the No. 1 game management software in the deer and wildlife industry, GMS® continues to demonstrate leadership with its strong support of the Texas Deer Association and individual deer breeders. GMS announces it is providing financial contributions, product incentives and educational support throughout the upcoming 11th Annual Texas Deer Association’s Convention. The event will be held on August 20, 2009, through August 23, 2009, at the Westin La Cantera Resort & Hotel in San Antonio and thousands of deer enthusiasts will be in attendance.

“The TDA convention is the largest state deer association-sponsored event in the country, and we’re pleased to provide educational and financial support to ensure this year’s event is a huge success,” says Mike Owens, president of GMS. “We’ve always said ‘You can’t manage what you can’t measure, and the GMS system allows for quality deer and game management through better record keeping. We are strongly committed to helping TDA members and other deer breeders achieve the highest possible success rates with their herds.”

As part of its sponsorship and support at the 11th Annual TDA Convention, GMS is providing a wide selection of services and support, such as:

  • • GMS will hold a three-hour seminar reviewing the latest updates and upgrades to the GMS software. From its innovative DeerShare and Sell-A-Deer modules to its efficient back-up service for data protection, GMS has delivered numerous technological advances over the past year and this free session will allow TDA members to see the new functions firsthand. Additional GMS staff will also be on-hand to provide any technical support throughout the convention.
  • • GMS is giving a $100 gift certificate to every TDA Convention attendee towards the purchase of any new GMS product. This is an exclusive offer available only at the TDA convention.
  • • In addition to the other contributions, GMS is giving away a Dell Desktop Studio XPS computer (pre-loaded with GMS software) and flat screen monitor to a GMS customer who has referred someone to GMS who then purchased a GMS product. The hardware and software package is an $1,800 value, and the winner will be announced on August 22, 2009, during the convention. Entrants need not be present to win.

This year’s TDA Convention will feature more than 125 exhibitors from around the hunting and deer industries, fund-raising activities that award whitetail and exotic hunts, hunting equipment and firearms; and other exciting events, such as the 2009 Superior Genetics Whitetail Deer Auction and 2009 Select 30 Deer Auction, educational seminars on deer management, casino night and much more.

Endorsed by some of the largest game ranches in the country, GMS software is considered by most industry experts to be the most complete, yet ‘easy to use’ game management software on the market today. GMS helps hunting operations and land owners manage properties whose focus is on quality deer and game management (including deer farmers/breeders), organize and maintain all of the pertinent information needed to manage a successful ranch. Innovative and comprehensive, the GMS program allows users to begin quality deer management, track all aspects of a hunting property, develop plans to help maximize herd health, quantify herd ratios, compositions and age structures, develop a wildlife management plan, schedule hunts, record information in the field via Pocket PC technology and much more.

To learn more about GMS game management software, call 254.752.1608, email [email protected] or visit www.wildlifemanagementsoftware.com.

Located in Waco, Texas, GMS® offers technology for successful game management and is the No. 1 Game Management Solution in the Deer Industry. For more information on GMS, call 254.752.1608 or visit www.wildlifemanagementsoftware.com.

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