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A publication of the U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance 04-16-2014

Show Your Red, White and Blue

Posted on July 3, 2012

Sportsmen and women across American know that a big presidential election looms this fall.  Numerous swing states contain large sportsmen voting blocs— meaning hunters, anglers and trappers will influence the outcome of these elections.

Show your red, white and blue spirit TODAY by ordering your U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance “Hunters Vote!” “Anglers Vote” and “Trappers Vote” decals for your truck or car.

Remember this election is not just about access to our public land for hunting, the banning of firearms, or a myriad of other issues important to sportsmen.  It’s also about preventing the radical animal rights lobby from dictating their views on America.

Show your spirit and spread the word with a new USSA auto decal. Choose the decal that best fits your favorite past time: “Hunters Vote!”, “Anglers Vote!” or “Trappers Vote!”

Call 614-888-4868 or go online at www.ussportsmen.org/cardecal.

You can obtain one red, white and blue decal free by paying a minimal shipping charge. Additional decal quantities can be purchased for a small fee plus shipping charges. Sportsmen’s clubs are encouraged to buy in quantity and share with their members. And look for details on a special USSA Facebook car decal contest soon.

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