True Country Whitetails proudly introduces Kimmy Shupp, a pretty young lady from Mohnton, Pa, as our featured hunter of November. Kimmy is a locally born and raised gal, who has acquired a love for the outdoors. In the last several years her main passion has become hunting, especially bowhunting with her Horton crossbow.
Kimmy has always been interested in hunting since she was a young girl. Growing up in Boyertown, Pa in a family full of outdoorsmen, she was constantly surrounded and influenced by hunters. As her curiosity and interest in hunting grew, so did life. Kimmy didn’t get the opportunity to hunt early on in her life as she would have liked to, but as fate would have it, she would get that opportunity before long. Kimmy married one of the other loves of her life, besides her children and hunting, her husband Ryan Shupp. With her husband also being an avid hunter, the opportunity was perfect for her to finally get officially introduced to hunting. She began learning the ins and outs through her husband and his friends, and quickly she was hooked.
Kimmy is also the proud mother of two wonderful children, Ethan(6yrs old) and Ashton(2yrs old). Kimmy has been proudly introducing her son Ethan into hunting as well the last couple years. Kimmy expressed one of her proudest moments thus far was Ethan taking his first buck last year.
Kimmy works full time as a sales representative for Bally Ribbon Mills in Bally, Pa. When not working and attending to her children, Kimmy loves to bake and cook. Her cupcakes and cookies are absolutely delicious! (I am fortunate enough to know this first hand) While Kimmy is in the field pursuing her next trophy, she enjoys a nice book and the quiet time of being outdoors. Kimmy also looks forward to bear hunting for the first time this year, and hopes to be able to travel more in the years to come and hunt other states as well. Kimmy harvested her first buck this year during Pennsylvania’s early archery season as well as two doe in previous years.
Kimmy is like many mothers across the country. Working full time and raising a family is more then enough work load to occupy a person’s time. Kimmy makes a point to see that hunting is a family affair and ensures her children are involved as well. The fact that Kimmy does all of this and continues to help make ends meet at home, as well as pursues her passion of hunting, makes her a special individual. True Country Whitetails has a deep respect and appreciation for individuals of Kimmy’s nature. It’s this type of commitment and dedication that the hunter was founded on. TCW would like to thank Kimmy Shupp for being a wonderful parent, outdoors woman, and a great representative of the sport of hunting.
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