Let Your Voice Be Heard at the 2015 North American Deer Summit

Space is limited, register now to be a part of deer hunting’s future

2015 North American Deer Summit
2015 North American Deer Summit
National Deer Alliance
National Deer Alliance

Newark, NY -(Ammoland.com)- A limited number of seats are still available for the second annual North American Deer Summit being held at the Galt House in Louisville, Kentucky on May 6-8.

The Summit, hosted by the National Deer Alliance, will include 2 days of expert speakers, interactive sessions and panel discussions focusing on the issues which are currently having the greatest impact on deer and deer hunting in North America. Unlike the inaugural Summit in 2014, this year’s event is open to any and all individuals concerned with the future of our nation’s deer population.

“This year’s National Deer Summit is going to be a big one,” stated Executive Director of the National Deer Alliance, Craig Dougherty. “More and more deer issues surface every day. Harvests are down in many areas and hunters want to know what can be done about it. We have the best deer minds in the country coming in, if they can’t figure it out nobody can. Bring your issues to the summit and be heard.”

With just a few days remaining before the 2015 Summit, space is quickly becoming limited but there is still time to register by visiting www.nationaldeeralliance.com.

The North American Deer Summit is a unique event that unites national deer conservation organizations, hunters, state/federal agencies, industry leaders, outdoor media and other stakeholders to work collaboratively on behalf of deer, deer hunters and our hunting heritage.

About the National Deer Alliance

The NDA is dedicated to uniting deer hunters, managers and enthusiasts like never before, and harnessing their combined power to benefit deer and deer hunting. NDA’s goal is to become the unified voice of deer hunters and guardian of North America’s wild deer, wildlife habitat and our hunting heritage. NDA fuels passions for deer hunting and conservation through networking, fellowship and education.

For more information visit www.NationalDeerAlliance.com.