Groundbreaking Celebration Event Planned at Heroes Ranch

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Quitman, TX – Heroes Ranch, North Texas' newest adaptive trophy hunting and sport fishing ranch, will host
a groundbreaking celebration for their soon-to-be-built accessible 6,500 SQ.FT. under roof, family-friendly
"Heroes Hunting Lodge" and "Patriot Pavilion" events center. The celebration will occur at Heroes Ranch,
located at 3812 N FM 14 in Quitman, TX, on Saturday, July 31, and be held on the future site of this sprawling,
6-bedroom 7-bathroom lodge. The gates open at 11:00 am, with the ceremony to commence promptly at
1:00 pm.

This event is an invitation-only open house featuring guided tours of the ranch, an adaptive hunting and
fishing equipment showcase, and a catered BBQ lunch. The recently installed 150-foot flagpole will support
the raising of a giant American flag at 1:00 pm to open the ceremony. Before and after the ceremony, guests
may explore the ranch and check out the adaptive equipment, including wheelchair-friendly side-by-side all-
terrain vehicles and fishing boats, the latest design in accessible hunting blinds, and track chairs.
The heavily covered former pine tree farm that Heroes Ranch calls home was largely undeveloped before
December of 2019. In nearly 16 months, it has been transformed into one of the country's premier high fence
hunting sites, catering to Heroes with special needs. These Heroes and their families can now hunt trophy
game, including Axis and Fallow Deer, Blackbuck Antelope, and a growing herd of superior genetic Whitetail
Deer. Heroes and their families can also duck and pig hunt or sport fish in our catch and release lake and
ponds. Construction is expected to be completed in 2022, and the ranch will then begin hosting guests 50
weeks a year.

"Heroes Ranch is a recreational retreat providing Outdoor Accessible Family Adventures and Fellowship for
injured, ailing, wounded, or disabled Heroes. We proudly welcome Heroes and their families including;
Military, Law Enforcement, Firefighters, First Responders, Gold Star Families, and Special Needs Families,"
said Freeman Sawyer, a self-described Patriot and Lover of America. "We are going to give these people a
place to form a new circle of friendships and heal while enjoying one of the best weeks of their lives."
"We can't wait to open the gates to our Heroes, their families, and personal friends of the Ranch," said Susan
Sawyer, Co-Founder of Heroes Ranch and the nonprofit 501(c)(3) Helping Heroes Hunt. "Our goal is to serve
those who have served for us, and with the completion of the Hunting Lodge and Pavilion, we will be hosting
families every week, forging friendships, and enjoying fellowship. We take great pride in hosting these Heroes
and their families for a unique opportunity to enjoy nature and the outdoors with a sense of freedom and
peace they may not have experienced before."

For more info about Heroes Ranch or to RSVP to the groundbreaking, visit,
call (714) 936-5700, or email Heroes Ranch is also on Facebook
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Heroes Ranch media contact:
Cameron Grigsby
Public Communications Coordinator
Cell: 214-435-7610