GSCO Slam Quest Convention in Vegas 2020
I am heading back to Vegas in late January for the Slam Club Ovis Slam Quest Convention is planned to start on 29 Jan and end on 01 Feb 2020.
The Conference venue is Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada USA.Grand Slam Club Ovis Slam Quest Convention (GSCO Slam Quest 2020) is going to be the inaugural event about Sports Medicine, Hunting, Archery and Huntington Disease. Grand Slam Club Ovis Slam Quest Convention is organized annually.
Convention Seminar Line Up
10:00 a.m. Exhibit Hall Opens 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. Annual GSCO Membership Meeting - Pavilion 9
9:00 - 10:00 a.m. Dan Adler of Diamond Outfitters of Arizona - Pavilion 9 Long Range Hunting and Ethics
Have you ever had to take a shot at an animal over 200 yards? Have you ever used a range finder? Have you ever had to adjust your shot at a trophy for wind? Well then, you are a long range shooter! Long range rifle system technology has forever changed the way many hunters operate. GSCO welcomes back, USAF Veteran Captain & “Expert Marksman” Dan Adler. Dan is a co-host of The Best of the West TV and owner of Diamond Outfitters of Arizona and the US Air Force representative for our Veterans Affairs Committee. Join Dan for a "hands on" demonstration of the training, tips, tactics and techniques required to be an expert hunter at ranges “Beyond Belief”. Standing room only at SCI for this one so get there early!
10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Bow Hunter’s Round Table VII - Pavilion 10
11:00 p.m. – Noon Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation - Pavilion 9 with Scott McClure
Securing the Future of Hunting through Outdoor Education How will today’s youth learn the value of wildlife and the North American Model for Wildlife Conservation? The most effective way is through the Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation’s Outdoor Adventures program. Outdoor Adventures is a yearlong (180 school days) public and private-school curriculum covering the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation, hunter education, archery and fishing. The program is taught through a school’s physical education department. Annually more than 50,000 students are enrolled in the course across 35 states, totaling over 9 million hours of outdoor education. Last year in Texas alone, 13,000 hunter education certificates were earned through Outdoor Adventures classes. With the generous support from Grand Slam Club Ovis and others, the Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation wants to reach 100,000 youth annually by 2022. The OTF needs your help to change the future of hunting through educating our youth today.
1:00 - 2:00 p.m. Dean Capuano of Swarovski Optik - Pavillion 9 and host of Swarovski Optik Quest Advances and Applications in Next Generation Integrated Mountain Hunting Optics Platforms
9:00 – 10:00 a.m. "Gearing Up for Your Next Adventure" - Pavilion 10 with Preston and Stacie Cavner Don’t miss this seminar from Alaska Master Guide Preston Cavner on gearing up for your next trip. His focus will be on Alaska trips as well as Asian and Canadian mountain hunts. This seminar will be a combination of wisdom and experience and will serve as a great resource for anyone gearing up for hunting worldwide, regardless of age or experience level. Tried and true gear, new products, and tips and tricks for packing will be highlighted in an informative manner. Preston is up to date with the newest ideas and equipment and is continuously on the lookout for new gear advances in the industry. He has been sharing his knowledge and gear recommendations for the last two decades and will be passing out a pack list for Alaska, Canada, and Asian mountain hunts, as well as a pack list tailored for Alaska moose and bear hunts. Come and join in and see if you can streamline your gear to a highly effective and efficient pack list.
Preston, along with his wife Stacie and their children, has lived off grid in the Alaska bush for the last 23 years and has been an outfitter for the last 20 years. He is an Alaska Master Guide, aircraft pilot, 100-ton licensed Captain, and has hunted worldwide, taking game on five continents. Preston’s experience in Alaska has taken him from the mountains of the Brooks Range down to the end of the Alaska Peninsula and from southwestern Alaska down to the shores of southeastern Alaska, and he has extensive knowledge of hunting not only Alaska, but big game throughout the world.