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12/20/2011

Senoia, Ga., Man Wins NWTF Video Contest and Osceola Turkey Hunt



Bubba Stevens won the NWTF Video Contest with a video celebrating "Hunters: Champions of Conservation".
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EDGEFIELD, S.C. -- Bubba Stevens of Senoia, Ga., prevailed over a strong field of competitors to win the 2011 NWTF Video Contest and an all-expenses-paid Osceola turkey hunt at Rafter T Ranch in Sebring, Fla.

In addition to the three-day Osceola hunt, Stevens will receive a CZ-USA Upland Ultralight 12-gauge and a gear package from Bass Pro Shops.

"I'm so excited I'm trying not to throw up in my office," said Stevens, a project manager with a turn-key site contractor. "I was tossing and turning the last couple nights waiting to see if I won."

Stevens outpolled four other finalists on the NWTF's Facebook page to earn the hunt of a lifetime. Voters selected from videos that celebrated "Hunters: Champions of Conservation", the theme for the 2012 NWTF national convention.

"We had several outstanding entries that demonstrated the passion for conservation shared by our members," NWTF public relations director Brent Lawrence said. "We congratulate Bubba for his winning effort."

Stevens' 14-year-old son Cole filmed the winning video. Stevens was a finalist in the 2010 NWTF Video Contest.

"We've kind of been waiting for another chance since last year," Stevens said. "I had a lot of support. I'm very grateful to all the people who took the time to vote for me."

The NWTF is the leader in upland wildlife habitat conservation in North America. A nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving the wild turkey and preserving our hunting heritage, the NWTF and its volunteers work closely with state, federal and provincial wildlife agencies and other partners.

Through these dynamic partnerships, the NWTF and its members helped restore wild turkey populations throughout North America, spending more than $372 million to conserve 17 million acres of habitat.

To become a member of the NWTF, join a committee or start a chapter, visit www.nwtf.org or call 800-THE-NWTF. The NWTF is also at www.facebook.com/theNWTF.



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