SCI Annual Convention
EVERY YEAR SCI HOSTS THE HUNTERS’ CONVENTION. This hunters’ heaven has everything the mind can dream of and occupies more than 650,000 square feet of exhibit space. Six continents are under one roof where SCI members come to book hunts, rendezvous with old friends and shop for the latest guns and hunting equipment. That only scratches the surface of products available at SCI’s Annual Hunters’ Convention. Notable authorities of the outdoor sports and
shooting industries attend the premier hunting show annually.
When the exhibit halls close, the evening fun and excitement begins. Each night, members come together to celebrate the accomplishments of the organization and enjoy top entertainment and speakers. SCI’s evening auctions offer top-of-the-line guns, once-in-a-lifetime hunts and adventures, the finest artwork and more. Every purchase provides crucial funds to help preserve our hunting heritage and fund conservation efforts worldwide.
THE 2020 CONVENTION WILL BE HELD IN RENO NEVADA FEBRUARY 5 - 8!
Exhibit at the Convention
Exhibitors at Convention have access to thousands of pre-qualified buyers walking the show floor every day. The exhibit and meeting show space at the Reno Sparks Convention Center is nearly 1 million square feet, with nearly 2,000 dedicated 10' x 10' booth spaces for the 2020 Convention. Your shared interest, commitment and valuable donation serve to protect our freedom to hunt, promote wildlife conservation and manage hunter education programs and humanitarian services worldwide.Learn More
Put your brand in front of the most valuable buying public at any event worldwide. The SCI Convention has many sponsorship opportunities. For more information, contact Jim Lenhart, Sales Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.Learn More
Don’t forget to help fund the efforts to protect your rights as a hunter by bidding live at one of SCI’s daily, evening, or silent auctions when you are at Convention, or register to bid online. Proceeds from SCI’s auctions go to fund hunter advocacy as well as the SCI Foundation’s conservation and education programs.