Powderhook‘s new online event planning and ticket selling platform helps outdoor community users create and manage events, from banquet tickets to local fishing tournaments. The system is quick and easy and is designed to be very user friendly as well.

Powderhook has announced the release of their online event planning and ticket selling platform designed to help individuals and groups in the outdoor community create and manage their events through Powderhook’s website.   

“Our online event system allows users to create and manage their events through our easy to use system,” states Powderhook CEO, Eric Dinger.  “Events ranging from banquet tickets for groups like National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) to local fishing tournaments can readily use our system to plan, promote, and sell their tickets.” 

The system is designed not only to be quick and easy to use for creating events and selling tickets, but also for those looking to buy tickets.  Greg Plooster of Malcolm, Nebraska recently became the first ever individual to check in to an NWTF banquet using a ticket purchased on Powderhook’s online event system.  Plooster says, “I was impressed by how easy it was to find, purchase, and print my ticket on Powderhook.  This is the only way I’ll buy my NWTF tickets in the future.”  

Powderhook continues to provide software solutions to the outdoor community in an effort to provide “Access for All.”  

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About Powderhook:

Powderhook’s mission is ‘Access for All.’ That means access for new hunters, anglers and shooters; for parents and their children; for neighbors who haven’t been out in the field for years; and for you.

Powderhook works with the nation’s leading conservation organizations, retailers and manufacturers, bringing the industry together to solve some of its most important challenges.

Don’t have a spot? Powderhook has over 500,000 including both public and private ground in every state and 30 countries.

Already have a spot? Finding an event, planning a trip, building a map, or locating a nearby group has never been easier.

Contact: Eric Dinger eric@powderhook.com