SCI Positions For Future Growth

SCI first for huntersWASHINGTON, DC – Safari Club International (SCI) is taking steps at this time that will position SCI for growth in the future. As the organization expands its presence into all segments of the hunting community, SCI needs to consider an array of options that will put the organization in the best place with the best programs to assure both a timely and efficient transition to the next level.

Integral in this preparation for expansion is a Strategic Plan the organization adopted more than a year ago. As that plan is implemented, SCI is taking a close look at everything it does, how it does, where it does and who does it.

For example, is SCI headquarters in Tucson, Arizona the right place for that activity, or would somewhere else serve better as the organization grows? Does the organization need to expand its staffing and operations at its Washington, D.C. office where currently both the advocacy operations of SCI are located, as are the conservation staff of sister organization Safari Club International Foundation.

By being consistent with its Strategic Plan, SCI will thoroughly study and assess a wide variety of scenarios, consider all of the consequences and then take the action needed to propel the organization from where SCI is to where SCI needs to be to fulfill its mission: SCI is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and promoting wildlife conservation worldwide.
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Safari Club International – First For Hunters is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and in promoting wildlife conservation worldwide. SCI’s approximately 200 Chapters represent all 50 of the United States as well as 106 other countries. SCI’s proactive leadership in a host of cooperative wildlife conservation, outdoor education and humanitarian programs, with the SCI Foundation and other conservation groups, research institutions and government agencies, empowers sportsmen to be contributing community members and participants in sound wildlife management and conservation. Visit or call (202) 543-8733 for more information.

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