Sioux Falls, SD —- South Dakota’s Second Century Habitat Fund (SCHF) has partnered with Toyota dealerships of South Dakota and Alumacraft Boats to help you Set The Hook on Your Next Adventure.
A Toyota Tundra TRD Pro paired with an Alumacraft Classic 165 Sport is the ultimate fishing package getting you places on and off the water that others can’t. Not only can you win this truck and boat combination but to make it an ultimate fishing package it comes with over $5k dollars worth of fishing and outdoor gear to make sure you are water ready and properly geared for any circumstance.
“This is a huge campaign with several great partners making this possible. We are extremely grateful to have the support from these companies across the country. Not only does our work directly support habitat in South Dakota, but our conservation efforts benefit everyone who visits South Dakota whether they are here to hunt, fish, or on vacation. We are ensuring that South Dakota’s wildlife has ample habitat to strive and survive. This is all possible by our generous partners and those that purchase tickets”. Said Brian Bashore, Second Century’s Executive Director.
For your chance to WIN this ultimate fishing adventure package and support habitat in South Dakota, all you have to do is go to sdhabitatfund.org/raffle and purchase your ticket. Tickets come in packages of (1) for $20 (3) for $50 or (10) for $100. You do not have to be present to win and there is no limit on the number of entries.
Proceeds raised from this raffle support habitat programs across South Dakota, promoting quality habitat for wildlife to thrive while ensuring another century of the nation’s best pheasant hunting.
About Second Century Habitat Fund, South Dakota
The Second Century Habitat Fund is a nonprofit 501 c3 corporation that works to educate landowners on the importance of grassland to improve pheasant habitat in South Dakota. The Fund is governed by a Board of Directors representing landowners, business owners, pheasant preserve operators, and community leaders across South Dakota.
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