When was the last time you experienced something completely new for the very first time?
It was great coming home to Africa after my long trip in the USA, it was even better seeing our Cheetah female and all 6 her cubs looking confident and doing well.
A strange question you may think. I for one was caught off guard. I’d been running off my feet at SCI’s National Convention in Reno this past January, when an elderly gentleman walked up to me and asked me this question: when was the last time you experienced something new for the first time? A stranger coming off the floor and asking me a personal question was uncomfortable, never the less I obliged. At first hesitant, I replied “ Sir, it may seem out of the ordinary, but I count myself among the lucky few people in this world who get to run a second generation safari business and guide interesting people from around the world, and get to experience something new on a daily basis.”
Later that evening, this question beckoned on me. There are many people in this world who spend countless years of their lives doing the same things day-in and day-out. Since getting home from the US and playing around with ideas on how to create a means of sharing the stories, the hunts, the great people and many “first time” experiences, we’ve come up with a fantastic concept to invite you into our world.
The John X Team is launching “The Safari World of John X Safaris “. Through this effort, all of our clients will be able to be a part of our world even more than ever before. We will be creating new and exciting branches within John X Safaris – incorporating a humanitarian project for Aids orphans, involving and enlightening you on new hunting areas and available hunts, introducing many of you to surf and offshore fishing, and making you part of our John X Safaris conservation initiatives.
The aim of this concept is to get as many of you involved with various projects within John X Safaris while on safari, and if you wish, after your safari. It may involve paying a visit to an Aids Orphanage and dropping off excess meat from that weeks hunting, personally donating to specific projects that you want to be part of, or being involved at various stages of conservation – may it be through choosing to hunt with John X Safaris or being involved in the introduction of indigenous species that once thrived in certain areas.
Over the next few months as we start heading into the hunting season, we’ll be introducing you to the new developments within John X Safaris. This hunting season looks good, and we’d like to thank everybody in the USA, Spain and Sweden for all the support once again.
There are still a few dates available for season 2010 – contact us today – Don’t sit on tomorrow and wonder, “When was the last time I experienced something completely new for the very first time?” Join us on a hunt in Africa. The John X Teams’ guarantee to you, you’ll be experiencing something new for the first time in a long time!
Africa is waiting… Join us on a hunt….
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