Sponsor Invitation

On behalf of the Old West Invitational Turkey Shoot Committee, the Wyoming Wildlife Foundation, and the Greater Hulett Community Center, we invite you to become a sponsor of the 2021 Old West Invitational Turkey Shoot, scheduled for April 29, 30 & May 1, 2021 in Hulett, WY.

TThe purpose of this event is to promote turkey hunting and conservation in Wyoming, while at the same time, raising money for the non-profit organizations hosting the hunt. In the past, events have been a great success, raising up to $84,000 for the Greater Hulett Community Center and Wyoming Wildlife Foundation.

You will find a link for the sponsor commitment form below. If you would like to participate in the Old West Invitational Turkey Shoot and can support our efforts, please select the level at which you or your company would like to sponsor the event and send it to us so we can reserve the necessary hunter slots. The cut off for hunter information for this year's shoot is April 5. We will be drawing the hunters, guides, and landowners prior to the shoot. The drawing will be posted on the website and Facebook page to ensure transparency. There is a limited number of hunters that we can manage, and your early commitment will secure you and your hunters a place in this year's Turkey Shoot.

We look forward to partnering with you and providing an exciting hunting experience during this amazing weekend in Hulett, WY.  Please visit our website at www.oldwestturkeyshoot.org for more information, contact us at 307-467-5939 or email ghccmail@gmail.com.

Both the Greater Hulett Community Center and the Wyoming Wildlife Foundation are both tax-exempt organizations, and your contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

   
     
Working for Wyoming's Wildlife,
     

Michelle McLerran Kreisler
Program Director
Old West Invitational Turkey Shoot
Greater Hulett Community Center

  Bobbi Butler
Chairman
Greater Hulett Community Center

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE SPONSOR COMMITMENT FORM or fill out online here