CS’s tenth annual crawfish fest, CS’s largest event of the year, has always been a big success for the entire membership. This year, CS is taking it to the next level by benefitting the Texas Bighorn Society. This event brings members young and old together to enjoy fellowship, fun, and of course… tons of crawfish. The last few years this event has grown substantially in popularity, with last year’s event hosting well over 300 members and non-members. This year, CS hopes to increase it’s success to over 500 patrons, many of which we hope to bring on as DSC members.

 What do you receive?

Donations to our event will receive a variety of promotions for their company or product. This will include:

  • Exposure in Camp Talk, DSC’s monthly newsletter
  • Exposure in one edition of Game Trails, DSC’s quarterly Publication distributed to over 6,000 members
  • Promotion on CS’s facebook and instagram (over 1,000 followers combined)
  • Exposure on DSC’s Facebook (over 16,000 members)
  • Exposure on DSC’s Instagram (over 2,000 members)
  • Running ads during event (can be video or photo, your choice)

 About DSC

Since 1972, Dallas Safari Club has been the gathering point for hunters, conservationists and wildlife enthusiasts.
An international organization, DSC offers members a world of options: Annual conventions and expositions, Annual sporting clay events, Monthly meetings and other member activities, World class publications and a Grant in aid program that contributes millions of dollars each year to programs and projects promoting our mission to conserve wildlife and wilderness lands, to educate youth and the general public and to promote and protect the rights and interests of hunters worldwide.

 About Texas Bighorn Society

In 1981 a small group of bighorn supporters formed the Texas Chapter of FNAWS (Foundation for North American Wild Sheep) and the Texas Bighorn Society, and began an intense lobbying effort to obtain support for the re-introduction effort in the Texas Legislature and with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission. These two groups later merged under the auspices of the Texas Bighorn Society.  Their efforts garnered the support of House Speaker Gib Lewis, TP&W Commissioner Perry Bass, Director Charles Travis, and others for refunding the bighorn sheep program.

Today, nearly 1500 bighorns roam seven locations in the mountains of West Texas, but the story is not over… TBS is dedicated to returning bighorns to all their native ranges in the state, which would take those numbers closer to 3000 of these desert monarchs.  All money raised from membership dues and our annual Roundup Weekend and Auction is used exclusively to help return desert bighorns to the mountains and people of Texas.  Your membership and participation in TBS activities such as our Roundup and annual “hands on” work projects can help make this dream a reality!