Montgomery County 2nd Annual NWTF Banquet is on August 16, 2018
We’re excited to tell you about our upcoming fundraiser banquet on Thursday, August 16, 2018 in the Bluebonnet Ballroom of the Montgomery County Convention Center, 9055 Airport Road, Conroe, Texas, 77303 at 5 pm.
We are anticipating a turnout of 300+ outdoor enthusiasts of all ages.
The Montgomery County, Texas chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) is hosting our annual banquet to raise money for projects that conserve wildlife and preserve hunting heritage in our great state of Texas as well as across the country.
“This is the chapter’s second year hosting our banquet, and we’re really excited about building on the success of our first one and making it a tradition for years to come,” said Lee Zimmerman, President of the Montgomery County Chapter. “It’s the best opportunity in town to meet other people who care about conservation while enjoying good food, good music and good fun.”
“Families can play games and enter raffles to win name brand guns,” says Zimmerman, “There will also be silent and live auctions for exclusive framed art, guns, collectibles, sculptures home furnishings and so more. Come out, eat great food, play some games, try your luck and bid on some treasures.”
Corporate sponsor tables are available starting at $500. Table sponsorship includes 8 admissions, 8 dinners and 8 single one-year NWTF memberships.
Couple’s tickets and single tickets are also available. All ticket prices include admission, dinner and a single one-year NWTF membership.
For more information, contact Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org for our sponsorship guide or visit https://events.nwtf.org/432170-2018/tickets for tickets and sponsorship prices.
We invite you to also visit our chapter web site at https://montconwtf.org for the latest news of our involvement in the community.
We host this event each year to raise funds that help conserve wildlife and habitat, and introduce new people to the outdoors. Many families enjoy hunting together and pass traditions on from one generation to another. Hunting also is important for the health of our nation’s wildlife and habitat because hunters fund conservation.