Grand Slam Club Ovis (GSCO)
THE GRAND SLAM CLUB/OVIS MISSION
The Grand Slam Club
founded by Bob Housholder, 1956
Grand Slam Club/Ovis is a 501(C)(3) organization of hunter/conservationists dedicated to improving and perpetuating wild sheep and goat populations worldwide, as well as North American big game.
In March 2001, the Grand Slam Club and Ovis, Inc. merged into one organization and are now known as Grand Slam Club/Ovis. This organization is classified by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) organization.
The purposes and objectives of Grand Slam Club/Ovis are to:
Continue to be the established documentation and records-keeping organization for legally-taken Grand Slams of North American Wild Sheep®, Ovis World Slams® of wild sheep of the world, Capra World Slams® of wild goats of the world and the Super Ten®, Super 25™ and Super Slam of North American Big Game®.
Encourage the use of legally issued permits, tags, and/or licenses for the hunting of wild mountain sheep, goats and other North American species.
Inform and educate people of the world about wild mountain sheep and goats and other North American big game.
Use financial resources to benefit, directly or indirectly, wild mountain sheep and goats and other North American big game.
-From the GSCO website
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