Groves, TX – (September 10, 2018) – Sure-Shot Game Calls has added a line of logoed caps that feature “Old School Camo.” The Old School Camo pattern comes from an old jacket of Sure-Shot’s late founder and legendary world champion caller James “Cowboy” Fernandez. The snap-back caps are offered with either the Sure-Shot logo or a Yentzen Caller patch. Low-profile and mid-profile styles feature breathable mesh backs or a full camo back to provide multiple options. Suggested retail from $24.98.
Sure-Shot is offering four new t-shirt designs in 100% cotton. Designs include a mallard drake, a gun seal logo, a classic call and iconic water tower graphic. The short sleeve shirts are offered in men’s large and extra large. Suggested retail from $25.00.
The Old School Camo Caps and t-shirts are available now at sureshotgamecalls.com. When at the website, check out the interactive company time and learn about the company and people that designed and patented the first double reed duck call in 1950 and the triple reed in 1968.
“Sure-Shot is proud of our heritage,” explained Charlie Holder, owner of Sure-Shot Game Calls. “Now you can wear a piece of clothing that shows you know and appreciate the history of your sport too.”
For more information about Sure-Shot’s complete line of game calls, visit www.sureshotgamecalls.com.
About Sure-Shot Game Calls:
The 60+year old company was founded by James “Cowboy” Fernandez and George Yentzen in Nederland, Texas in the early 1940s. After many prototypes, their first product, the 1950 Yentzen Caller, became the very first patented double-reed duck call introduced to the marketplace. In 1959, Cowboy Fernandez entered several duck calling competitions and both he and the Yentzen Caller became world class champions. Charlie Holder purchased the company in 2011. Today, Sure-Shot offers over two dozen game calls for waterfowl, predator, deer and turkey.