I'm looking for ideas, as incentives, to encourage target shooters to clean up their own trash. What do you think will 'push their button' and prompt them to clean up when done? Here's the first idea. I'm going to try this, this coming Saturday May 16, when we set up the next NWFA Target Shooter Information Program booth. We'll hand out trash bags, along with the rules, tips, ear plugs and paper targets, and we'll make this offer... (Idea courtesy of @Dbltap who suggested "... maybe a token gift like a sticker or gun towel for those that bring a bag of trash from shooting area." Thanks Dbl!) So here's what we'll start with and see how many bags of trash we get back the first day. Bring back 1 bag of trash, ¾ full, by 3 pm today and receive a FREE Shoot N C self-adhesive target From Northwest Firearms and Sportsman’s Warehouse Birchwood Casey Shoot N C - When you go out shooting, you want a reaction. That's why for years old cans and bottles were a favorite at the practice range. Until now! These revolutionary self-adhesive targets explode in color upon impact. And the bright yellow ring around the bullet hole is visible to the naked eye - allowing you shot after shot without interruption. So forget hunting for cans; load up on SHOOT-N-C targets and let the fun begin! The targets come in a package of 8 targets and retail for about $10 per pkg. For starters, Sportsman's will split the cost with me, so, I'll buy the first 2 pkgs. We'll make our offer to the first 16 shooters and see how many bags we get back. (This will be a good way to measure the effectiveness of our information program)! What ever the incentive item is, it's got to be inexpensive yet desirable. I like the gun towel, or gun cloth idea. Would be best if it had the Northwest Firearms logo on it! What do you think would motivate shooters?