Miller Toyota Sponsors the Hunting Heritage Banquet
The National Wild Turkey Federation, founded in 1973, is devoted to protecting the wild turkey population in this country. They provide a safe habitat for these animals to live and thrive while encouraging people across the nation to do their part with conservation as well. Read more to find out about their upcoming event – The Hunting Heritage Banquet – and their efforts to improve the nation’s economy.
Success of the National Wild Turkey Federation
The National Wild Turkey Federation is devoted to supporting science-based conservation, as well as hunters’ rights. Since the start of this organization, the wild turkey population in North America has skyrocketed from 1.5 million to nearly 7 million. $488 million have been invested in wildlife conservation and preserving the nation’s hunting heritage. Additionally, the NWTF has worked to improve almost 17 million acres of wildlife! Efforts from volunteers, staff, and partners have helped the National Wild Turkey Federation get even closer to their conservation goal – and Miller Toyota definitely wants to be a part of that.
The Hunting Heritage Banquet
Here at Miller Toyota, we believe that it is important to be involved with this organization’s conservation initiatives. Therefore, our dealership is a Corporate Sponsor of the Hunting Heritage Banquet this year! The banquet is scheduled to take place on March 18th at 5:30 PM and will be held at the Park West Lions Club. To show how committed we are to this organization’s conservation efforts, 16 Miller Associates will be in attendance. Purchase your ticket today and find out how the National Wild Turkey Federation strives to improve our wildlife and environment.
After you have attended the banquet, be sure to stop by Miller Toyota for a look at our extensive inventory. Our professionals are devoted to helping people in our community get into the type of vehicle they deserve. Don’t settle for less. Purchase a quality Toyota from our dealership and be proud of the vehicle you drive.