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African Hunting Expo – Edmonton
Saturday January 23rd (10:00 – 6:00) – Sunday January 24th (10:00 – 4:00)
Chateau Nova, Yellowhead Trail


Unique Qualities of the expo

  • Only Africa-related products may exhibit.
  • Small & exclusive, encouraging one-on-one time between buyer and seller, in a relaxed atmosphere.
  • Two day format (Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. & Sunday 10 p.m. to 4 p.m.) Exhibitors may arrive Friday morning to minimize accommodation expense.
  • Hassle free. Arrive at the expo with your brochures and prices lists, no set up or breakdown required, no booth storage expense.
  • All exhibiting outfitters are required to be a member of their countries hunting association.
  • Limited number of outfitter exhibitors per country.
  • No hunt donations required.


Why Edmonton, Alberta?

The ‘Texas’ of Canada, Alberta is rich in oil! And with nearly 370,000 hunters in the surrounding western provinces of Canada, this is where the market is!
The Facts about Hunters in Alberta – (2008 Update excluding neighbouring provinces)

  • Annually, there are over 114,000 licensed hunters.
  • 18,000 bow hunters in Alberta.
  • 7,000 youth hunters in Alberta.
  • 8,400 female hunters in Alberta.
  • Average age of an Alberta hunter is 40 years (Male) and 44 years (Female).

Edmonton is the second largest city in Alberta and the economic activity is mostly centered on petroleum; with agriculture, high tech industries, and tourism.

Alberta is one of the strongest outdoor markets in Canada, with 95 species of wildlife, the 2nd largest of any province in Canada, thus creating a very strong hunting fraternity.

In a survey on public opinion 70% of the respondents reported having either a very favourable attitude toward hunting in Alberta (conducted for the Hunting for Tomorrow Foundation). This is good news, as it creates an environment of a hunter friendly province, which means more potential business for you.

The target market for this expo are qualified hunters with both the means and interest to hunt in Africa. In terms of geographical focus, marketing efforts are being concentrated on the province of Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia and the US states of Washington and Montana. There is a large, untapped market in Canada. Canadian hunters are passionate about their sport, but have had little exposure to African hunting opportunities and its affordability.


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Show dates : 23rd and 24th January 2016

Show Times : Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. & Sunday 10 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Cost : $20 per person for two days

Children under 16 Free.

Venue : The Nisku Inn and Conference Centre.

Address : 1101-4th St, Nisku, Alberta, T9E 7N1

To reserve : 1-800-661-6966

Email : guestservices3@niskuinn.com

Website : www.niskuinn.com



  • 1 X 1 year subscription / renewal to the African Hunting Gazette (valued at $45)






Nicole Kelly
Subscription/Distribution Manager – African Hunting Gazette
E-mail : nicole@africanhuntinggazette.com
Website : www.thefuturegroup.co.za

Richard Lendrum
MD & Publisher – African Hunting Gazette
Mobile : +27 82 653 7185
Tel : +27 11 803 2040
Fax : +27 11 803 2022
E-mail : richard@thefuture.co.za
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