I think our award of excellence is the greatest recommendation in the world. Sporting Classics is stamping this place as the best in the country.
Greenville, FL (PRWEB) March 02, 2013
Honey Lake Plantation Resort and Spa received the coveted Hunting Lodge of the Year award from Chuck Wechsler and Brian Raley of Sporting Classics magazine at an awards ceremony on February 23, 2013.
The Hunting Lodge category is part of Sporting Classics magazine’s annual Awards of Excellence which salutes companies and individuals whose products and services have a decided impact on their readers’ lives. 2013 marks the 13th anniversary of the series, which has also recognized a wide variety of distinguished manufacturers, venues, foundations, and conservation agencies.
According to Editor Chuck Wechsler, “The Awards of Excellence program recognizes the year’s leaders in a wide variety of categories. Nominees are submitted by our Senior and Contributing Editors and then finalized by the Sporting Classics staff. Every year, honorees are chosen for their achievements in defining what a great sporting product should be. Their craftsmanship, engineering, and innovations have set standards higher than before. Honey Lake Plantation is a relatively new-comer to the industry and already they have made contributions to the sporting venue classification that raise the bar just a little bit higher. I think our award of excellence is the greatest recommendation in the world. Sporting Classics is stamping this place as the best in the country.”
Bob Williamson, Honey Lake Plantation’s owner and founder couldn’t be happier. “There are a tremendous number of outstanding sporting properties spread throughout our country, and I am honored to have been selected by Sporting Classics magazine as their top pick. Sporting Classics has been an industry leader for decades, which means that their endorsement of Honey Lake Plantation is significant in every way. We are delighted to have such a strong working relationship with them.”
Honey Lake Plantation Resort & Spa is located in Greenville, Florida in the Red Hills Region. Situated between Tallahassee, Florida and Thomasville, Georgia the plantation caters to discerning sportsmen and women through its traditional quail, dove, waterfowl, and turkey hunting as well as through an outstanding fishing program for bass and bream. In addition to unparalleled sporting pursuits, Honey Lake Plantation Resort & Spa hosts weddings, corporate retreats, political red hatters, and spiritual gatherings.