Dead Down Wind 2011 Dream Hunt Winner Announced

Steve Johnson

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Pleasant Valley, MO - Dead Down Wind, the maker of the industry's most complete scent elimination system and D2W Guide Gear, announces another “Dream Hunt of a Lifetime” winner. Jeffrey Meade of Berwick, Pennsylvania has won an archery mule deer / whitetail hunt with AddyCon Outfitters and Tom Nelson, the host of “Dead Down Wind American Archer”.

All hunters are eligible to win an exciting hunt Dead Down Wind Dream Hunt simply by logging onto and clicking “register to win”. This is also an opportunity for the winner to appear on national TV with Tom Nelson.

AddyCon Outfitters is a family owned operation that hunts exclusively on 15,000 plus acres of Nebraska's diversified prime whitetail and mule deer habitat. AddyCon Outfitters is sure to fulfill any hunter's dream with high quality animals that can be hunted by spot and stalk, tree stand or ground blinds. The year's winner can expect an excellent semi guided hunt from either of the AddyCon Outfitters co-owners, along with great accommodations, fully cooked meals, and no trophy fees.

Dead Down Wind continues to help dreams come true by teaming top celebrities and top outfitters along with their loyal supporters on these free Dream Hunt opportunities. Be sure to register online at for your chance at other great hunting opportunities. The tags will be good for whitetail or mule deer on the trip. For more information about AddyCon Outfitters visit or

About Dead Down Wind®:
Dead Down Wind® is a premium supplier of quality scent prevention products and D2W Guide Gear designed to help outdoor enthusiasts become more successful in the field. Dead Down Wind® revolutionized the scent control industry through the development of a bio-engineered process known as ESP™ (Enzyme Scent Prevention). Unlike cover sprays that can only attempt to mask foreign odors or carbon clothing that only attempts to contain it. Dead Down Winds enzymes go well beyond the scope of typical antimicrobials in both effectiveness and the range of odors controlled.

Posted by Steve Johnson under Hunting News on April 4, 11 09:13 AM | Permalink

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