SCI Heralds Grand Opening of Business, Member Services Office in San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO – On Saturday, June 29, the leadership of Safari Club International (SCI) celebrated the grand opening ceremony and ribbon cutting of its new business and member services office in San Antonio, Texas. 

The relocation of SCI’s business and member services office – which was previously located in Tucson, Arizona – represents a turning point in the organization’s history that will only improve its ability to advocate on behalf of hunters in the U.S. and around the globe.

SCI’s presence in San Antonio also represents a new era for the organization, as it assumes a more central geographic location for its stakeholders and membership while simultaneously allowing for even closer collaboration with the advocacy staff who work from SCI’s “Hunters’ Embassy” in Washington, D.C., home to the Armand & Mary Brachman Advocacy Center.

SCI’s office is fully operational with the start of the fiscal year on Monday, July 1. SCI and Texas Trophy Hunters Association (TTHA), which is a subsidiary of SCI, will work collaboratively from this location.

“This move to San Antonio is much more than simply a geographic relocation of operations,” said SCI President John McLaurin. “It is a necessary part of long-term strategic planning that will keep SCI at the forefront of protecting the freedom to hunt and promoting sustainable use of wildlife conservation worldwide.”

“Texas is the perfect place for SCI’s new business and member services office,” noted SCI and SCIF CEO W. Laird Hamberlin. “We are excited to launch this endeavor in the Lone Star State and look forward to a productive future in a pro-hunting political environment that will contribute to our organization’s growth and its wide-ranging advocacy activities for years to come.”

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