PRLog - July 5, 2012 - CARSON, Calif. -- Sunday, July 1, 2012 was the official launch date of the National Brotherhood of Hunters (NBH) website. The NBH is a non-profit organization that "Promotes unity within the community of African American Hunters". Nationalbrotherhoodofhunters.org is new on the scene, but apparently a long time in the making. According to the two founders, Gary Ford, M.D. (President) and Andre Johnson (Vice-President)
NBH Non-Profit Organization
In fact, if you think that the National Brotherhood of Hunters website is just about hunting, you're wrong. As you will see from their "Activities"
On the National Brotherhood of Hunters "home page" you will find a continual slideshow of stunning photos taken from previous hunting trips. The website displays locations as far away as Mongolia. Members also hunt, fish and perform other activities in California, Illinois and various state parks.
There are a number of perks for African American hunters, anglers and other outdoorsmen who join the NBH. For example, the NBH "Bulletinboard page" provides a way for members to network and, post "for sale" and "wanted" ads. Members can simply post or check the bulletin board if they want to sale a fishing rig or buy another compound bow. There is also a Member Showcase on the Bulletin Board page. Visitors can read interesting and informative stories and experiences from other black hunters, anglers, campers and outdoor enthusiasts. If you're a NBH member, you can submit and share your own stories and experiences, as well as your favorite photos. You might even have your story featured on the NBH home page.
The relatively small annual membership fee is tax deductible. Membership entitles you to an NBH hat, access to the exclusive NBH Newsletter and other related specials and discounts. The National Brotherhood of Hunters' president would like to remind potential members of something very important about fees and contributions. As a non-profit organization, monies collected from fees, donations and sponsorships go towards various community developments and wildlife preserves.
Visit the NBH website and they will be happy to provide you with further details. http://nationalbrotherhoodofhunters.org