Sticker Spotlight: Covert Scouting Cameras

Covert Scouting Cameras

Fall is upon us. For some of us, that means pretty tree colors, pumpkin spice lattes, and scarves. For others, it means one thing: hunting season is open! All around the country, hunting enthusiasts are pulling their camo out of storage, planning their hunts, and heading to Cabela's for last-minute gear and accessories. You can almost smell the victory...


The hunting season wouldn't be complete, however, without a Covert Scouting Camera. Covert cameras are ideal for scouting or surveying all large game, including deer, elk, wild turkey, large cats, and more. Covert has six unique cameras to fit every hunter's need. Some of their features include invisible LED's for night photos, HD video capabilities, time lapse, wireless capabilities, and up to 32 GB of storage, making their cameras some of the best on the market.

What makes Covert Scouting Cameras stand above the rest? Their hallmarks are outstanding customer service, the cameras' compact size and long battery life, and their superior performance. In fact, Covert even sells their cameras to many law enforcement and military organizations.


Although Covert's mission is to make stealthy surveillance cameras for hunters, the company itself wants to stay as visible as possible to their audience. That's why they get their custom decals from Custom Sticker Makers. They use their custom printed logo stickers not only for advertising, but also to promote their pride in being a growing small business.

Covert Scouting Cameras chose Custom Sticker Makers as their sticker printer, and have been continually pleased with the quality of the decals, the knowledge of the staff at CSM, and the price.

Decals provide a great way to advertise and we were very pleased with last year's product.

-Brittany, Covert Scouting Cameras

To learn more about Covert Scouting Cameras, and see their full line of cameras, apparel, accessories, and stickers, check out their website.

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