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Show Season Wrap Up

Been a while, so I thought I’d check back in with everyone. Two long-time subscribers approached me at the booth in Salt Lake City this past weekend and informed me that we needed to blog more. So, here I am!

Spring is finally reaching Powell. For a while there, I didn’t think it was ever going to warm up and I wondered if we would ever see the sun again. However, I can’t say it was all that bad because it did give me plenty of opportunities to take the sled out for some backcountry riding. I even managed to take a couple day trip over to West Yellowstone to meet up with some buddies for a long weekend. Man, the snow they’ve got in West makes what we have seem like nothing.

The booth at Salt Lake ISE

As far as business goes, things are busy as usual. Now that show season is over, the meetings, conference calls, faxes, emails and phone calls will once again become apart of my everyday life. I will say that this show season was one of the best in the last few years. We ended the 2011 show season at the Salt Lake ISE and what a show it was! We couldn’t believe the turnout on Friday and Saturday and it was great to catch up with so many members, as well as talk to new subscribers as well. Shows are always a great time to get out there and talk with everyone, and of course, the Deer Tour is always a great talking point.

Thanks to all of you who came out to the shows this year. I hope to see you all on the trail this fall.

I’ll do my best to get back on here more regularly and keep you all in the loop.

Good luck in the draws,

About Ike Eastman

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Ike Eastman is the President of Eastmans’ Publishing and oversees the daily operations of Eastmans’ Hunting TV, Eastmans’ Hunting and Bowhunting Journals, Eastmans’ Live Events including the Trophy Deer Tour, films in the fall and is hands-on in all facets of the company. Ike’s hunting knowledge and expertise has been shaped by more than 25 years of pursuing trophy big game across most of North America.

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