Cazatur to Unveil New Booth and Offerings at the 2016 Safari Club International Convention
(ArmsVault.com) – Cazatur, founded in 1977, is the premiere Spanish outfitting company offering its hunting and shooting services to the discerning American clientele. They will again be exhibiting at the 2016 Safari Club International Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, February 3-6.
Eduardo de Araoz, who began his career with Cazatur as a young man, became the company’s Master Guide. He acquired the company from its founder in 1988 and was extremely proud to have acquired the company. As the new owner, he became the first Spanish exhibitor at Safari Club International.
Today, the company outfits for international big game hunters, bird shooters, trophy hunts and driven bird shoots in Spain, as well as throughout Europe.
Cazatur’s bird shooting division has had the privilege to share a flourishing joint-venture with Ventosilla Castle in Spain over the last 12 years. They continue to conduct driven shoots for the world renowned Challenge of the Driven Shoots for red legged partridge in Spain, as well as with Jagd-Stiedl, for pheasants and duck shoots in Hungary and the Czech Republic.
Eduardo de Araoz was recognized by Safari Club International as the International Professional Hunter of the Year in 2010. Additionally, his company has been one of the strongest donors to Safari Club International, and, for several years he has been among the highest scorers for the SCI Record Book of Trophies. Eduardo currently holds #264 as Master Measurer. Among his other illustrious achievements, he has also been recognized as the International Outfitter of the Year in 2012 by the Wild Sheep Foundation.
Eduardo de Araoz is honored to hold the title of President of IPHA (International Professional Hunters Association) since 2005.
Cazatur will be unveiling a whole new look in its booth for the 2016 convention. Long recognized for its majestic castle walls and tower they created in 1988, the booth will now focus on their big game hunting programs, as well as their bird shooting in Spain and Europe.
The Cazatur’s booth will continue to express its European elegance and leisurely ambiance, as well as spacious comfort for the visitor with its plush relaxing conversation areas and reference tables. However, in addition, this year Cazatur has created a one-stop, all-encompassing experience for its clientele by incorporating adjoining booths with its European partners, Jagd-Stiedl from Austria, for both big game hunting and bird shooting in Europe.
As an added pleasure for the lady hunters who visit their booth, Cazatur is honored to have the presence of Elizabeth Mason. She is both a fashion designer and the owner of The Paper Bag Princess in Beverly Hills; a favorite shopping mecca for some of the world’s most known celebrities. Elizabeth will present a carefully selected collection of fine estate jewelry for the pleasure of our lady guests, and, she will also share Hollywood insider fashion tips, such as various ways to stylishly tie a practical hunt scarf so that it becomes a memorable statement!
All in all, Cazatur will be exhibiting in five booths for a total show experience!
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