Bend, Oregon (August 24, 2016) – Kristy Titus, Cabela’s Ambassador, NRA Certified Instructor and Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Team Elk featured member is offering seminars at meet & greets at Cabela’s Great Outdoor Days in Springfield, Ore. August 27 and 28. Titus’s seminar, “Bowhunting Elk Strategies” will focus on simple tips and tricks to help get up close for that perfect shot. Attend her seminar at 11 a.m. both days and visit with Titus until 3 p.m. both days.
The Great Outdoor Days are my favorite time of year and I love being able to help fellow bowhunters at my local Cabela’s store,” said Titus. “It is a great opportunity to answer questions as everyone gears up for their fall hunts, especially during my ‘elk strategies’ seminar. I will pass along tips that took me years to learn!
The annual fall event, Great Outdoor Days, includes fun for the entire family, no matter skill level, with activities around the store. Learn more here.
2800 Gateway Street
August 27-28 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days
About Kristy Titus: With a shared passion and love of the outdoors, Titus is honored to serve as an ambassador for Cabela’s, The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, RMEF’s Team Elk television Show, Host of NRA I Am Forever, Swarovski Optik, Buck Knives, Montana Silversmiths, and Wilderness Athlete. Titus was raised leading a pack string of mules into the backcountry of Oregon, experiencing the thrill of public land, do-it-yourself hunting. Titus is an NRA Basic Pistol and Refuse To Be A Victim Certified Instructor. She shares her passion for fitness and nutrition as editor for Western Hunter and Elk Hunter magazines. Learn more at http://kristytitus.com, https://www.facebook.com/KristyTitus and https://instagram.com/kristytitus/
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