The Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) is proud to announce that NextLevel Training has stepped up to being a Silver Level sponsor.
“NextLevel Training has been a sponsor of SASP since the early days of the program and we are so glad that it continues to support the program and our athletes with great training tools that will help the athletes perform at a higher level,” Tammy Mowry, national director for the SASP, said.
Britt Lentz, president of NextLevel Training, said, “NextLevel Training is proud to support SASP. NextLevel Training supports the Second Amendment in every possible capacity. This begins with the support of our youth, to understand and respect why firearms are quintessential to our freedom. NextLevel Training’s mission statement is “We Save Lives.” We work towards this mission by creating innovative training equipment that encourages all free men and women to have the ability to defend themselves and their loved ones.”
The Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) welcomes Palermo’s as one of its newest Bronze level sponsors.
“This is great to see sponsors from outside the shooting industry, like Palermo’s stepping up to support the SASP,” Rick Leach, SASP director of development, said. “Palermo’s has been selling great Italian food since 1964 and has been voted best frozen pizza. We are honored that it has decided to support our program.”
Giacomo Fallucca, president and CEO of Palermo’s said, “Palermo’s is excited to be a Bronze level sponsors of the Scholastic Action Shooting Program. Palermo’s being a family company is pleased to support a family activity like the shooting sports.”
Otis Technology has once again stepped up to be a Gold Level sponsor for the 2017 National Championships that will be held at the Cardinal Center in Marengo, Ohio, on July 8-15.
“Otis Technology has great products and is always willing to help our athletes by making sure they receive a donation in their goody bags at the National Championships,” Rick Leach, director of development for Scholastic Action Shooting Program, said.
Heather Pleskach, associate director of marketing, said,“Otis Technology proudly continues its support of the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation and its dedication to proper introduction of our youth to the shooting sports through safe firearm practices.”
SPP partner Crow Shooting Supply is making a limited-time offer to SSSF participants of special pricing on DPMS Oracle semiautomatic rifles.
This lightweight, optics-ready carbine will be in 5.56 NATO with A3 flat-top receiver and lightweight, 16-inch barrel. It is equipped with a Pardus stock and will come with a 10-round magazine. As an added value, it comes with your choice of an extra Brownells or Magpul PMAG 30-round magazine. (Please check with your state regulations for ownership of 30-round magazines.)
The rifles are priced at an exceptional value, for SSSF members, of $527 per gun, plus shipping of $15.95 per gun.
You must submit a copy of a Federal Firearms License (FFL) that the gun is to be shipped to when you send the order form to Crow Shooting Supply.
Quantities are very limited. If you are interested in ordering a rifle, contact Tammy Mowry, email@example.com, for an order form.
Crow Shooting Supply, a new corporate sponsor of Scholastic Pistol Program (SPP), is offering specially discounted pricing on 9mm ammunition and some accessories for participants in the SPP program.
To receive the specially discounted pricing, all orders must be placed by using a special order form and must be approved by Scott Moore or Tammy Mowry. Orders may be placed by SPP team coaches or parents/guardians to order Crow Shooting Supply items for SPP participants.
GLOCK, Inc. has made a $25,000 donation to the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) to benefit the Scholastic Pistol Program (SPP).
The donation was presented to SSSF at last week’s NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Nashville, Tennessee.
GLOCK was one of the founding partners of the Scholastic Pistol Program when SSSF started the program in 2012 and has supported the program since with its products and participation.
Ed Fitzgerald, Special Projects Manager at GLOCK, Inc., is a member of SSSF’s Board of Directors and attends many SPP matches, not only to represent GLOCK, but also to work with the athletes and coaches and to assist with the operation of the events. Fitzgerald even travels to many matches throughout the South with a complete SPP/Action Target set-up for ranges that need targets for SPP events.
“GLOCK understands the importance of industry leadership in the promotion of a safe and effective way of introducing the concepts of basic competitive shooting to young men and women who are just starting out,” said Fitzgerald. “As the industry embraces this concept of supporting our young competitors, we will continue our efforts to lead the way in supporting the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation.”
In addition to the growth of the national program through GLOCK’s financial support, product donations, and loaner guns, the company’s generosity makes it possible for many SPP teams to have sufficient guns for competitors’ use and to raise funds for team expenses. The company also offers special pricing for SPP teams that allows team dollars to go further.
“The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation is honored to receive this major gift from GLOCK,” said Ben Berka, SSSF President and Executive Director. “With their support, we are able to further strengthen and grow our Scholastic Pistol Program at the grassroots level and provide local teams with the education, support, and resources to run successful programs.”
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