Hobby Call Maker And Banner Sponsor Definitions

( HOB) Hobby call maker.

Hobby call maker means just that, making calls in your spare time as a hobby.

You are ineligible for this account if

• Your calls are for sale in a retail store.
• You produce production calls, Molded, Cast, CNC machined or Plastic injected. Weather they are for sale on predator Masters or Not! You are in production if you make one or a thousand and no longer fall under the Hobby Call Maker category!
• If you sell Call making supplies, Tone boards call bodies ECT.

HOB call Makers

• May produce a molded tone board as long as they don’t sell one outside a hand turned call body, turned by them.
• May have a website link in their sigline.
• May sell hand turned calls for sale in the custom calls forum and handmade items such as Lanyards, Knives, Ect. Under Custom Hunting Accessories.
• May have a call they have built in their Avatar.
• May have a non rotating banner in their sigline but it cannot be linked to a website.. Banners cannot be larger than 468x60 pixels

Banner Sponsors

• May advertise in all forums except the Classifieds.
• May produce and sell call making supplies.
• May have a Rotating Banner with a web link in their sigline and a rotating banner on the main page.
• May sell in retail stores.
• Banner sponsors have their own forum to showcase products
• Banner sponsors can produce production calls. There is a forum set up just for production calls.

If you have any questions, Please contact carvercalls or cbosshog79

Click Here To See The Current HOB Sponsor Renewal Dates

Please forward any sponsoring questions to Jeff Mock at sponsorships@predatormasters.com Please forward any questions pertaining to the HOB Sponsorships to Kerry Carver (carvercalls) carvercalls@yahoo.com
We will be available to help with your HOB or Banner sponsor needs as quickly and as comfortably as possible.

Thank You,

Edited by carvercalls (10/14/11 09:29 PM)
"The recreational value of a head of game is inverse to the artificiality of its origin"

"No prize is greater than the effort taken to acheive it"

- Aldo Leopold, The Father of Wildlife Management