2021 NRA Women's Leadership Forum Auction Spotlight: Taste of Texas Basket

We wish we could’ve been there, but you can still enjoy Houston from home!

by posted on August 28, 2021
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Sad to be missing another NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits due to COVID-19? Get a little taste of Texas to enjoy at home! Although we won’t be traveling to Houston this year, it doesn’t mean you can’t get your Lone Star State fix. Kick back after a day at the range with this Texas-themed gift basket complete with preserves, solid wood serving boards and decorative tea towels.

Throw on Nowhere But Texas, a DVD account of the people that have made Texas great, to learn more about this spectacular state while you dive into black bean and corn salsa and sip a margarita off your new coasters.

You also can’t go wrong giving this basket of goodies as a gift. Any true Texan won’t want to miss the chance to represent their home state around the house. This gift will be all the sweeter when your gun-enthusiast recipient realizes that the proceeds go to preserving our freedoms! Bid on this basket of Lone Star State snacks and décor here.

While we truly wish we could’ve met everyone in Houston for our favorite event of the year, the fight for the Second Amendment continues on, and we need your support. The NRA Women’s Leadership Forum Online Silent Auction closes on Friday, September 3, 2021 at 12:30 p.m. CDT. Don't miss out!

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