Online Auction Fundraiser to Benefit “Respected Access in Arizona”

Bidding closes 9 p.m. Dec. 12, CLICK HERE to submit your bid

 Online auction fundraiser to benefit “Respected Access in Arizona”
Online auction fundraiser to benefit “Respected Access in Arizona”
Arizona Game and Fish Department
Arizona Game and Fish Department

Arizona -(Ammoland.com)- Outdoors enthusiasts have an opportunity to help promote good stewardship of our public lands and protect access for a variety of recreational opportunities.

The national nonprofit group Tread Lightly!, in partnership with the Arizona Game and Fish Department and other entities, is conducting an online auction to help raise funds for the “Respected Access in Arizona” campaign. The auction is an extension of the Nov. 7 fundraiser attended by more than 250 people at the Ben Avery Clay Target Center.

More than 60 businesses and organizations participated in the second-annual event, including presenting sponsors John Deere and Dallas Safari Club. Other sponsors included AZFirearms.com and Federal Premium Ammunition (platinum), and National Shooting Sports Foundation and Arizona Archery Club (gold).

Proceeds will help fund campaign strategies, including highway billboards, outdoor signage, educational brochures, public service announcements, a special website, and stewardship projects. In the past year, the campaign supported cleanup projects that engaged more than 1,100 volunteers in the removal of more than 100 tons of trash from public lands around the Phoenix metropolitan area.

To bid on some of the big-ticket items being offered through the online auction, CLICK HERE. Bidding closes at 9 p.m. (MST) Dec. 12.

  • John Deere “Gator” XUV 825i utility vehicle.
  • Five-day plains game hunt in South Africa (up to four hunters), including trophy fees and taxidermy credits.
  • Smittybilt Overlander truck/jeep tent.
  • Smittybilt portable arctic fridge/freezer.
  • Smittybilt XRC 3.0 winch.
  • Set of four Vogue tires.
  • Ruger SR1911 centerfire pistol, Model #6711.

For more information about the Arizona campaign, visit www.respectedaccessarizona.org.