From Extreme Huntress - Extreme Huntress™ Announces New App for iPhones and Android Devices
Kalispell, Montana - Fans and contestants can now follow the Extreme HuntressTM Competition Presented by Brownells(r) through the new, easy-to-use mobile application. The free app is available for download from the Apple iTunes Store
and Google Play.
"The face of hunting has changed to include more female hunters. Likewise, technology has changed," stated Extreme Huntress founder and organizer Tom Opre. "We wanted the competition to be accessible to as many people as possible, so we went mobile."
The Extreme Huntress app is a great way to read the semi-finalist entry essays, view episodes of the Extreme Huntress competition and receive notifications when new episodes are released. Fans can cast their vote for their favorite Extreme Huntress, upload
photos to share with the Extreme Huntress community, interact with other Extreme Huntress fans and receive exclusive discounts and promotions from the event sponsors.
App users will also get exclusive access to video content only available through the app. View behind the scenes footage of the entire event at the 777 Ranch in Hondo, Texas, including outtakes from the competition, commentary from the celebrity judges and
the exciting moments leading up to the announcement of the winner at the Dallas Safari Club awards gala.
Extreme HuntressTM Competition Presented by Brownells(r) is generously sponsored by the 777 Ranch, Brownells, Dallas Safari Club, U.S. Sportsman's Alliance, Camp Chef and Coppersmith Global Logistics.
The deadline to enter the 2015 Extreme Huntress competition is approaching. Those wishing to enter will need to do so by April 15, 2014 at 11:59 pm MST. Visit
http://www.extremehuntress.com for more information.
About the Extreme HuntressTM Competition
Now in it's sixth year, the Extreme HuntressTM Competition Presented by Brownells(r) is about preserving our outdoor heritage. Our goal is to create positive role models for all women who want to participate in hunting. With a fifty-percent divorce rate,
there are a lot of kids who won't get into traditional outdoor sports unless mom does. We feel if mom goes hunting, so will her children- and the whole family.