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BOGART — The National Deer Association (NDA) is thrilled to announce the launch of the 2024 United for Deer Sweepstakes, featuring an array of incredible prizes valued at nearly $100,000. This year’s sweepstakes will award five lucky winners with unforgettable outdoor experiences.

The star attractions of the sweepstakes are a $10,000 gift card generously provided by Academy Sports + Outdoors and a top-of-the-line Tracker UTV. These prizes alone promise to elevate the winners’ outdoor adventures to new heights. Additionally, participants have the chance to win an elk tag for Kentucky’s renowned elk hunting, a thrilling deer hunt at Golden Triangle Whitetails in Illinois, or a PH Outdoors G3 no till drill food plot implement.

To participate in the sweepstakes, individuals can purchase a single ticket for $20, three tickets for $50, or ten tickets for $100. The more tickets purchased, the greater the chances of winning one of the coveted packages. There is no limit to the number of entries one can purchase. Tickets can be conveniently obtained online at https://deerassociation.com/unitedfordeer-sweepstakes/.

Upon the conclusion of the sweepstakes on April 30, five winners will be drawn in order. These fortunate individuals will then have the opportunity to prioritize their prize choices, ensuring that each winner receives a package tailored to their preferences.

It is important to note that every dollar raised through the United for Deer Sweepstakes will directly support wildlife and the National Deer Association’s mission. As a non-profit organization, the NDA is dedicated to safeguarding the future of wild deer, preserving wildlife habitats, and promoting the cherished tradition of hunting.

For further details on the prizes and additional information, please visit https://deerassociation.com/unitedfordeer-sweepstakes/. Don’t miss out on this extraordinary chance to win remarkable outdoor experiences while contributing to the conservation of our precious wildlife.

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