Club unites hunters and anglers across North America
ARE YOU PASSIONATE about — perhaps even addicted to — hunting, fishing, or spending time outdoors? If so, where do you turn when you want to know what other hunters are planting in their food plots, which shotgun or rod works best, where to find union-owned outfitting services offering discounts to union members, or how to share your bizarre outdoor experience or pick up a new hunting or fishing joke?
The answer is easy: The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance (USA), a hunting and fishing club created exclusively for union members, retirees, and their families. Thanks to the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP), the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, and 19 other AFL-CIO unions, hunters and anglers now have their own club to connect with union members all across the United States and Canada who share a love for the great outdoors.
How do you tell the difference between a black bear and a brown bear? Climb a tree. If it climbs up after you, it’s a black bear. If it pushes the tree over, it’s a brown bear. Either way, you’re lunch!
Through a monthly e-newsletter, an interactive Web site, and a soon-to-launch outdoor newspaper, club membership in the USA offers you a portal to share stories and photos, trade trips, buy or sell gear, learn from the experiences and mistakes of fellow hunters and anglers.
Membership also brings you access to money-saving deals and discounts, special offers, and chances to win fantastic giveaways throughout the year, including a Triton boat, a Beretta AL391 Urika 2 Gold shotgun, Buck knives, and more.
For more information, visit UnionSportsmen.org or call toll-free at 1-877-USA-2211.