Washington, D.C. – The Council to Advance Hunting and the Shooting Sports (Council) announces the launch of the sponsor and exhibitor opportunities for the 2023 National R3 Symposium.
The annual recruitment, retention and reactivation (R3) event is scheduled for May 22-25 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Professionals from agencies, non-governmental organizations, and industry across the country will convene for in-depth
discussions dedicated to ensuring the future of hunting, target shooting, angling, boating and conservation. Attendee registration will open early in 2023.
“The increased emphasis on shooting participation, range access, policy and regulations received strong positive feedback this year and complements our continued strong efforts on hunting,” said Executive Director Dr. Steven Leath. “We are committed to the continuation of these important conversations and are already working on an incredible agenda for 2023.”
There are numerous levels of support, from supporting to platinum sponsor opportunities available. Sponsors are encouraged to register to secure their support for the national R3 movement and the future of wildlife conservation and the shooting sports.
The event drew more than 220 national leaders and professionals, ranging from R3 practitioners to CEOs, representing over 100 different organizations in 2022.
For more information visit the National R3 Symposium Sponsors and Exhibitors page at cahss.org/sponsor
About the Council to Advance Hunting and the Shooting Sports
Purpose: Ensure support for and active participation in hunting and the shooting sports for future generations.
Vision: America where hunting and the shooting sports are an integral part of mainstream culture and where hunters and shooters are widely recognized as premiere conservation contributors.
Mission: Facilitate the promotion and growth of hunting and the shooting sports and the education of the public on the contributions that hunters and shooters make towards wildlife conservation.
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