NAP Lends a Helping Hand at 2010 Wounded Warrior Hunt
NAP’s owners Andy and Cherie Simo stepped up to become major sponsors of the 2010 Wounded Warrior Hunt held at the Brush Ranch in Galesville, Wisconsin. This project, organized in 2007 by Illinois hunter Steve Janik and assisted this year by NAP’s Director of Engineering, Bob Mizek, honors America’s wounded warriors by giving them the hunt of a lifetime, all expenses paid. The scenic 2,700 acre Brush Ranch provides plentiful opportunities for chances at hunting big Wisconsin whitetail deer. Accommodations are made so physical impairments aren’t a barrier to a happy and successful hunt.
This year’s hunter was William Bailey of Rhodes, Michigan. “Bill” was severely wounded and paralyzed when he was shot in the spine in Viet Nam. Through years of rehabilitation and shear intestinal fortitude he regained the ability to walk short distances with the aid of a leg brace. Having been born and raised in rural Michigan, Bill has always been an avid outdoorsman and hunter but never experienced the type of quality deer hunting made available to him this year at the Brush Ranch. He shot the biggest buck of his life and got to spend some time away from the grind of frequent doctor visits. Congratulations Bill, on taking an excellent buck!
Visit www.BrushRanchOutfitters.com for more information on great Midwest Whitetail Deer Hunting. Recommendations for candidate hunters come through Derome West of American Valor Outdoors. Visit www.AmericanValorOutdoors.org for more information. You can also recommend a candidate or become a sponsor by emailing Steve Janik directly at SJanik1@live.com