You Need to Attend SCI’s Congressional Lobby Day

On May 11, 2017, SCI will host the largest annual lobbying event in Washington, D.C. that focuses solely on hunting and conservation.  SCI’s Washington D.C. Hunter Advocacy team will organize more than 200 face-to-face meetings for SCI members with U.S. Senators, Representatives, and their legislative staffs, so that you, as a hunter-conservationist can speak with your elected officials about the issues that are important to you!

Lobby Day is not for other people to get involved with SCI’s advocacy.  It is for YOU!  Don’t leave your hunting opportunities to others to protect.  Be part of an opportunity to educate Congress and the new administration about the changes needed to protect hunters, provide access, and promote conservation.  Now is our time and you need to be part of it.

If you are interested in participating in SCI’s Congressional Lobby Day to protect your freedom to hunt, please register by clicking here.  SCI’s Hunter Advocacy Team will help you through the process, including alerting you to important issues and proposed legislation, and by providing you with talking points and the messages we are trying to convey.

SCI has always been a leader in advocating on behalf of the hunting community and the 15.5 million hunters in the United States.  As an SCI member, you have an invaluable opportunity to be part of that advocacy effort and to make certain that Congress hears what is important to hunters, hunting, and conservation.  Don’t miss this excellent opportunity to take an active role on May 11 in the changes taking place in Washington, D.C. and throughout the country.

Want to become part of SCI’s advocacy team?  Please use the form attached here to register today!  Now, more than ever, it is important that hunters speak with a strong, unified voice.  This is your chance to be part of that effort.  Don’t miss it!

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