Eric Trump to Keynote Sportsmen’s Alliance 20th Annual “Save Our Heritage” Rally

Eric Trump to Keynote Sportsmen's Alliance 20th Annual "Save Our Heritage" Rally
Eric Trump to Keynote Sportsmen's Alliance 20th Annual “Save Our Heritage” Rally
Sportsmen’s Alliance
Sportsmen’s Alliance

USA-(Ammoland.com)- In celebration of the 20th Annual Sportsmen’s Alliance “Save Our Heritage” Rally, Eric Trump, avid hunter and son of Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump, will speak at the event on Sept. 10 in Columbus, Ohio.

“For the past forty years the Sportsmen’s Alliance has protected hunters, anglers and trappers from attacks by the anti-hunting movement. Sportsmen have a long tradition of fighting for what they believe in, and so it should come as no surprise that they are politically involved when it comes to protecting our natural resources, access to public land, wildlife management practices and our second amendment rights,” said Sportsmen’s Alliance President and CEO, Evan Heusinkveld.

The “Save Our Heritage” Rally is a one-day rally of all things outdoors, which raises awareness and funds for the Sportsmen’s Alliance to protect and advance hunting, fishing and trapping nationwide. The event runs from 3-9:30 p.m. at the Villa Milano Banquet & Conference Center in Columbus, Ohio, and features a catered dinner, raffles, auctions and games for great prizes ranging from elk, wolf and deer hunts to African safaris and dozens of firearms.

Seating is strictly limited, and only a handful of tickets for remain available. Tickets cost only $50 and include dinner and drink tickets. No tickets will be sold at the door.

Purchase Tickets or by calling 614-888-4868.

Appearances by political hopefuls is nothing new for the Sportsmen’s Alliance. In recent years, Sen. John McCain, Speaker Paul Ryan, Gov. John Kasich and others have addressed those attending the organization’s events.

Eric Trump, the middle son of Presidential hopeful Donald Trump, has been a lifelong hunter ever since his maternal grandfather introduced him and his older brother, Donald Trump, Jr., to it as children. The Trump brothers were attacked by the international animal-rights movement in 2012 when images of the two from an African safari circulated on social media.

Donald Trump Jr., and Eric Trump pose for a picture with a dead Cape Buffalo in Africa.
Donald Trump Jr., and Eric Trump pose for a picture with a dead Cape Buffalo in Africa.

About the Sportsmen's Alliance:

The Sportsmen’s Alliance is a 501 (c) 4 organization that protects and defends America’s wildlife conservation programs and the pursuits – hunting, fishing and trapping – that generate the money to pay for them. Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 organization that supports the same mission through public education, legal defense and research. Its mission is accomplished through several distinct programs coordinated to provide the most complete defense capability possible. Stay connected to Sportsmen’s Alliance: Online, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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    Janek
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    Janek

    Boy am I misinformed! Been sending money because their ‘spokes girl’ is soo hot and thought PETA was an acronym for People Eating Tasty Animals!

    pat from kansas
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    pat from kansas

    Hey Layla and crew…do you eat meat?

    layla
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    layla

    Protecting natural resources? Really then why does the SHARE act want to allow LEAD bullets which harm the environment? What a crock. Sorry but we animal rights activists will NEVER go away!

    Louise kane
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    Louise kane

    An alliance of sociopaths lead by the ultimate entitled serial killer

    Trophy hunting for wolves bears and endangered species that are not eaten is. Sickness

    Janek
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    Janek

    You’ve had your say, now go away!

    Kevin Simms
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    Kevin Simms

    You’ve had your say. Now kill yourself 🙂

    Wild Bill
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    Wild Bill

    I think that Louise K, has a lot of just made up fallacies in her head. In reality, the meat feeds the local villages. The fees goes for conservation and gov educational programs. These huge animals used to be killed just to keep them out of the village gardens and off the local farms. Now that was waste. If these big game animals did not provide more value from hunters, than from the village gardens, then those animals would be hunted to extinction just to get rid of them. The problem with animals that big is that they destroy things… Read more »

    layla
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    layla

    You are misinformed because even national geographic says VERY LITTLE money & resources go to villages. Even with Lion killing, they take the head and leave the body which gets buried. Poachers have dug of these skeletons to steal the bones for the Chinese lion bone wine. Serial killers like to have trophies of their murder victims. This is no different. Wake up. Maybe you don’t care but Rhinos, giraffes, lions and elephants are endangered and in some areas going extinct rapidly! if hunters say they are helping they are liars. Trophy hunters are the CON in conservation. As far… Read more »

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    layla

    I agree Louise! It’s a way for psychopaths to get their jollies because they crave to kill someone.