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- Prostaff Member Steve Johnson
DANVILLE, AL (May 17, 2011) - Hunter Safety System has dedicated itself to saving lives for a decade, and now the company is making it easier than ever to help you save your own. Just take 15 minutes to review the brand-new treestand safety course slideshow, online and free of charge. This self-paced safety course is simple, easy to navigate and offers important hunter safety tips that could save your life. And, it is the only online treestand course that meets all guidelines set by the Treestand Manufacturer's Association (TMA).
To view the safety course, visit the www.huntersafetysystem.com webpage, and click the link in the lower right corner. It is ideal as a refresher for seasoned hunters as well as a prep course for new hunters preparing to take the Hunter Education Course.
Because treestand accidents remain the number-one cause of hunting related incidents each year, every hunter should review this simple online course before heading out to the woods. Upon completion of the course, you can continue on to www.huntercourse.com to take the full Hunter Education Exam.
“At Hunter Safety System, we strongly encourage every company to make a stand for treestand safety,” said Michael Wydner, HSS national sales manager. “That is why we are offering this course free to anyone that would like to post it on their website. We all need to work together to make sure our hunters are safe each and every time they enter the woods for a hunt.”
For details on how to post the HSS online Treestand Safety Course on your website, contact Wydner at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 877-296-3528 for details.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and headquartered in Danville, Alabama, Hunter Safety System is a leading designer and manufacturer of innovative deer hunting gear and hunting equipment for the serious hunter. For additional information, write to: The Hunter Safety System, 8237 Danville Road, Danville, AL 35619; call toll-free 877-296-3528; or visit www.huntersafetysystem.com.