Article from the Outdoor Report this week.
VA Waterfowlers Assoc. Create An Additional "Traveling Blind" To Promote Educational Workshop
Not many waterfowl hunters think of using a waterfowl blinds on the highway or in a parking lot at a local sporting goods retailer. Most duck and goose blinds can be found over water or on the shores of a river or lake. Last year Virginia Waterfowlers' Association (VAWFA) began promoting the Annual Virginia Waterfowling Workshop at Holiday Lake 4-H Camp near Appomattox, by using "the Traveling Duck Blind" as a portable billboard and exhibit. This year the organization created an additional traveling exhibit "the Traveling Goose Blind" to promote the educational workshop event.
The Traveling Duck Blind & Traveling Goose Blind are blinds installed on trailersh emblazoned with images and logos about the educational workshop. The exhibits interpret details about the workshop and its sponsoring supporters.
This summer, the Traveling Blinds began their tours to various sporting goods retailers in the state by appearing at Ashland Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, Dance's Sporting Goods and the Virginia Outdoor Sportsman Show. Check the VAWFA website for dates and details.
Enclosed are two pictures of the exhibits related to the topic of the Outdoor Report article. We have found the Big Al’s duck & Canada goose decoys on the exhibits have work well for us. The decoys have held up well to the weather, element and interstate traveling.
Again….. a Big Thanks goes to Big Al.