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Bryan Senior at SCI in Las Vegas, February 5th – 8th

SCI First for HuntersThis week, Bryan Reid Sr. is heading to Safari Club International’s (SCI) show at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. This “Ultimate Hunters’ Market” is celebrating its 42nd year in 2014. With over 18,000 attendees, 2,500 vendors, nearly a million square feet of exhibit space, and 6 continents represented, it’s easy to see why this event attracts the world’s biggest gathering of hunters, conservationists, guides & outfitters.

The 4-day itinerary for the show is jam-packed. Attendees can participate in a vast number of informative and educational seminars, they can book hunts, & they can shop till they drop for the latest guns and hunting equipment. And then of course each day is followed by an evening full of lively entertainment including Big & Rich as well as Jeff Foxworthy this year.SCI & Conservation

Another incredibly important part of the SCI show is conservation. Each evening auction offers top of the line guns, unique hunts, fine artwork and more and every purchase provides fund to help preserve hunting heritage and enable conservation efforts around the world.

Stop by our exhibit booth and say hello to Bryan, Carsten & Larry. These three have a combined total of 80+ years with Pioneer Log Homes so any questions you might have about Pioneer and the homes we build can likely be answered on the spot. No matter where you are on the log home spectrum from concept to construction, our sales associates are there to discuss your ideas and give you the information you need. Get inspired and excited about your home and the countless possibilities! And with 12+ years of attendance at SCI, they may even be able to give you some insider tips for the show!

Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas, February 5th – 8th, 2014



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