Robert Rogulic, founder, president, and CEO of the transportation provider Tri-National, Inc., is an avid hunter in his free time. A member of the Boone and Crockett hunting and wildlife conservation organization, Robert Rogulic holds the record for one of the organization’s largest antelopes ever shot.
For more than 125 years, the Boone and Crockett Club has been supporting wildlife management and conservation through the preservation of ethical hunting in North America. The club offers several associate programs, each offering different benefits and titles. The one-year associate program costs $35 and comes with four issues of Fair Chase Magazine, the Boone and Crockett Club’s quarterly publication, access to the online community, a club window decal, and 20 percent discounts on certain books sold by the club. For individuals who would prefer spending a little less, the club maintains a one-year program Fair Chase web edition. This associate program costs $25 and comes with the same benefits, except the Fair Chase issues are online editions only. Web edition associates also receive an ID card for their wallet in addition to the window decal.
The sponsor associate program costs $100 and gives the first few associates of each year the chance to win various prizes. Although the benefits are largely the same, sponsor associates also receive a sponsor associate hat to show their larger contribution to the club. Sponsor associate fees are also eligible for tax deduction, while the costs of the less expensive programs are not. Finally, the sportsman associate program costs $250 and comes with the additional benefit of having access to the club’s online trophy database. It also includes a specially designed hat and a soft side travel cooler. As with the sponsor associate program, fees are eligible for tax deduction.