Monday, August 07, 2006

Win an ATV or a Lifetime Hunting and Fishing License

Log on to to register for the Wildlife Expo - and a chance to win great prizes!

One lucky person will win a John Deere ATV and another will win a lifetime combination hunting and fishing license, by simply registering for the Oklahoma Wildlife Expo.

When you register at you will be entered in an exclusive drawing for a lifetime combination hunting and fishing license and a John Deere ATV from P&K Equipment. Thanks to generous sponsors, more than 50 annual and lifetime hunting, fishing or combination licenses, as well as other great prizes, will be given away at the event.

Registration is quick and easy - so take just a few minutes to complete your information. After all, the odds of taking home an ATV are much better than winning the Power Ball, and it's free. - Melinda Sturgess-Streich, assistant director of administration and finance.

The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is partnering with a wide range of other state agencies, private individuals and outdoor-related companies to host this huge event. The Expo is designed to promote and perpetuate the appreciation of Oklahoma's wildlife and natural resources and provide hands-on learning opportunities for all types of outdoor enthusiasts.

The free Expo is designed as an entertaining and educational event for both avid outdoor enthusiasts and those new to hunting, fishing and other outdoor activities. Every visitor will be sure to find something that interests them, from live butterflies, to mountain bike riding, to dog training, to sampling wild game. Don't miss the kayak demos the Oklahoma Outdoor Network will be putting on!

The free Wildlife Expo will take place Aug. 25-27 on the expansive grounds of the Lazy E Arena, just north of Oklahoma City. Expo hours will be from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m., Friday, and from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday.

For complete details on Expo giveaways, including rules and eligibility, log on to

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It's me, T.J. said...


Thanks for the tip.

How many times did you enter?


Thomas said...