Laramie, WY -(AmmoLand.com)- Susan and Doug Samuelson, owners of the Warren Ranch outside of Cheyenne, continue to show dedication to Wyoming women through their support of the Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt.
Since 2013 the Warren Ranch has been a platinum-level sponsor of this unique event, which promotes camaraderie and mentorship for women through hunting.
The annual hunt, held Oct. 8-10, 2015, will bring together 40 female hunters to the Ranch at Ucross in northeastern Wyoming. The event – the first of its kind for women – raises awareness about, and raises funds for, the Wyoming Women’s Foundation whose mission is to improve economic self-sufficiency of women and the future of girls.
The Samuelson’s sponsorship allows five women the opportunity to hunt at this year’s event. Special guest hunter, Jana Waller, is one of those sponsored. Upon meeting Waller and learning about her love for the outdoors, the Samuelsons – who are passionate outdoorsmen themselves – knew she would be a fantastic guest.
Waller is the host and producer of “Skull Bound TV” which highlights her outdoor hunting adventures as well as the intricate skull art she creates. Like the Wyoming Women’s Foundation, Waller believes in promoting women in the outdoors and the undeniable relationship between hunters and conservation.
Success of the Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt is due in large part to generous sponsors such as the Warren Ranch. They recognize the opportunity the hunt provides to impact the Wyoming Women’s Foundation and its ability to create change across Wyoming for women and girls.
To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Rebekah at 307.721.7007 or email [email protected]
The Wyoming Women’s Foundation is a primary fund of the Wyoming Community Foundation (WYCF) who granted $4.5 million to nonprofits in 2014. WYCF connects people who care to causes that matter to build a better Wyoming.
About the Wyoming Women’s Foundation
The Wyoming Women’s Foundation invests in the economic self-sufficiency of women and the future of girls. The Foundation builds on a permanent endowment that will ensure funding to enhance the lives of women and girls in Wyoming for generations to come. It makes grants to Wyoming organizations that help women and girls attain economic self-sufficiency, creates statewide awareness of the barriers to economic self-sufficiency, and supports systems change to eliminate those barriers. Since its inception in 1999, the foundation has invested $650,000 into more than 100 organizations. The Wyoming Women’s Foundation is a primary fund of the Wyoming Community Foundation.
Learn more at www.wywf.org.