DALLAS-Dallas Safari Club (DSC) and The Hunting Report have launched a new partnership to build cumulative visibility, informational networks and conservation impacts.
The Hunting Report is a monthly printed newsletter, Web site and electronic news service catering to hunters who travel. The focus is reviewing specific hunting areas, critiquing outfitters and reporting on poor governmental treatment of hunters at home and abroad. The Hunting Report also alerts hunters about developments affecting every aspect of their hunting travel.
DSC is a leader in international wildlife conservation, public education and hunter advocacy.
Going forward, the two organizations will regularly share relevant news and developments with each other’s members and subscribers. DSC members can receive electronic bulletins and first notices from The Hunting Report, while the publication will feature news and reports from DSC members. Shared info could include findings from the DSC ethics committee, which is charged with enforcing club standards and conservation principles among guides and outfitters.
Editor and publisher of The Hunting Report, Barbara Crown said, “Several subscribers who recently filed controversial reports with The Hunting Report withdrew them after the DSC ethics committee dealt with the outfitter in question. That speaks well of DSC’s ethical standards and ability to mediate a dispute. I was impressed by what I heard from our subscribers.”
“The Hunting Report reaches our exact target market and more and more serious sportsmen are subscribing to it,” said Ben Carter, DSC executive director. “I feel very comfortable connecting our members with The Hunting Report and I hope its subscribers will join Dallas Safari Club when they become familiar with our important work in conservation, education and advocacy.”
The new partnership also involves various cross-promotions and sponsorships.
Learn more about The Hunting Report at www.huntingreport.com.
About Dallas Safari Club (DSC)
Desert bighorns on an unbroken landscape, stalking Cape buffalo in heavy brush, students discovering conservation. DSC works to guarantee a future for all these and much more. An independent organization since 1982, DSC has become an international leader in conserving wildlife and wilderness lands, educating youth and the general public, and promoting and protecting the rights and interests of hunters worldwide. Get involved at www.biggame.org.