Shoot Like A Girl Announces Hunt Like A Girl Contest

One lucky woman will experience the excitement of a Kansas guided pheasant hunt!

by posted on August 17, 2021
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One lucky woman will have the opportunity to participate in a Kansas guided pheasant hunt Oct. 12-15, 2021—if she is the winner of the Hunt Like A Girl Contest. The contest is a partnership between Shoot Like A Girl  and Beretta USA, and will give one entrant, who is new to hunting or who has never hunted before, the chance to experience the fall pheasant season for the first time with an all-female team from Shoot Like A Girl and Beretta. The winner will also receive a gear prize pack from the hunt sponsors. This experience is the second of three hunts planned in partnership with Beretta this year.

“We’re excited to continue to share the experience of hunting with some amazing ladies at Beretta and introduce new hunters to pheasant hunting,” said Karen Butler, founder and president of Shoot Like A Girl. “This partnership enhances our mission to empower women with confidence by building a bridge from Beretta’s lineage to the future of hunting and tomorrow’s history.”

Contest Details
You should go online to the Shoot Like A Girl page for the official rules, terms and conditions, but to enter for this chance to win a hunt of a lifetime, entrants must nominate either a friend or themselves for the grand prize by commenting on the contest post, briefly explaining the reason for the nomination via social media comment/message or video.

Entrants must nominate either a friend or themselves for the grand prize by commenting on the contest post, on Facebook or any of the contest posts on Instagram, briefly explaining the reason for the nomination via social media comment/message or video. Shoot Like A Girl and Beretta will read all entries carefully and will be looking for a submission that is thoughtfully crafted. Nominations must be for an individual who is 21 years of age or older at the time of submission, must be a legal resident of the United States and have no criminal background (background checks will be conducted for grand-prize winner). The winner will also be required to sign a model release form, so that any photos or video from the hunt can be used online.

While everyone is encouraged to enter and all entries and nominations will be considered, Shoot Like A Girl and Beretta are specifically looking for an individual who is new to hunting or has never hunted before. The contest begins August 17, 2021 and ends on August 31, 2021. Entrants and nominees must be 21 year or older and will be selected on or about Sept. 3, 2021. 

More information about Shoot Like A Girl’s mission, partners, resources, and event schedule is available at ShootLikeAGirl.com.

 

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