SCTP Members Can Become Part of the CZ NexGen

Hunt with shotgun world record-holder Dave Miller and Wingshooting USA host Scott Linden, or win a shooting clinic with Dave for your whole team. Share your sport, work as a team and win two ways:

  1. Individual entrants online photo-caption contest illustrating the “teamwork” theme;
  2. Team competition – vote for your favorite team members’ photo; generate more votes by working as a team to tell the world!

Prizes: For the photo/caption contest – a televised hunting trip alongside CZ’s shotgun world record-holder Dave Miller and Wingshooting USA TV host Scott Linden at Flint Oak in Kansas for one boy and one girl. It will be filmed as an episode of Wingshooting USA to air in 2019. For the teamwork/voting contest, win a day-long shooting clinic conducted by Miller for the team and coaches.

How it works – photo essay: Individual SCTP members collaborate, cooperate and create a photo depicting the theme of “teamwork.” Work with friends, parents, teammates and others, the image must include at least two SCTP team members. Entrants must also write a 25-words-or-less caption elaborating on the teamwork theme. Submit the package along with your name at the SCTP Facebook page’s “CZ NexGen photo contest” tab. SCTP judges will select one winning package from a boy and one from a girl, based on creativity, artistic merit and descriptive ability.

How it works – team competition: Anyone can vote for their favorite team member’s photo/caption. To win, teams must build camaraderie and motivate members, supporters, family and friends to vote. The photo and caption with the most votes will win a day-long shooting clinic for their team and coaches, conducted by world-record-holder Dave Miller.

Methods of entry: Submit photos/captions at the SCTP Facebook page “CZ NexGen photo contest” tab or using the hashtag #CZNexGen on Twitter and Instagram. Vote for favorite photos/captions at the SCTP Facebook page.

Contest began on July 1, 2018 and ends September 1, 2018. Winners notified by September 15, 2018 and must be able to attend the Flint Oak hunting trip Nov. 9-11, 2018. Team prize to be scheduled at the mutual convenience of the team and Dave Miller of CZ-USA.

About the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation

The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) is 501(c)(3) public charity responsible for all aspects of the Scholastic Clay Target Program in Iowa and across the United States. SCTP is a youth development program in which adult coaches and other volunteers use shooting sports to teach and to demonstrate sportsmanship, responsibility, honesty, ethics, integrity, teamwork, and other positive life skills. For more information go to www.sssfonline.org.