Annual Deer Fest Aims to Bring in Big Bucks for Adopt a Box

Imagine sharing your toothbrush with six siblings, for some children in Texoma that is a reality, which is why Adopt a Box is hoping to cash in some big bucks at this weekend's Deer Fest fundraiser.

The 5th Annual Deer Fest is a one day event to be held at the MPEC Exhibit Hall in Wichita Falls, Texas on August 3rd. 

All proceeds for this event will help fund the Adopt A Box Program. 

Adopt A Box is a local charity designed to provide children in need with basic hygiene items.

The program is now helping children in 21 North Texas counties.

Deer Fest and Operation Game Thief will team up to bring their "Wall of Shame" trailer to Wichita Falls. 

The "Wall of Shame" features some of North Texas largest game animals killed illegally and confiscated by Game Wardens.

The Lucy Park deer is also featured on the wall!

Bass Tubs of Oklahoma brings us the Ultimate Shootout Archery Trailer.

New this year are the celebrities from the hit show Sons of Guns!!

You have seen their show, now come see them in person!! 

All new this year is also break out sessions.

Some of the best in their field sit down with you and share their tips and tricks of their trade.

Other attractions include vendor booths, live and silent auction items, Junior Anglers Catch tank and live entertainment. 

Deer Fest will be an exciting fun event for the whole family with an entire room of the exhibit hall designated as the Kid's area.

The family-friendly day of hunting and fishing fun while supporting the Adopt A Box Program, is Saturday, August 3rd beginning at 9:00 a.m.

Tickets are $10 for adults or $7 in advance if you buy them at Cavenders.

Kids 12 and under get in free.

There will also be a Motor Run.  For registration go to

If you want more information call Dawn Thompson at 940-704-2984 or you can email her at

Go to for more information!


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