Federal Ammunition 100-Year Celebration Sweepstakes Winner Announced

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posted on October 5, 2022
Sweepstakes Winner 100 Anniversary

As a part of the company's 100-year anniversary celebration, Federal Ammunition has announced the winner of its celebration sweepstakes. The company partnered with the National Rifle Association to hold the sweepstakes, which was one of the largest held in the company's history. It was announced that the winner of the sweepstakes is Tom from Arkansas, who received a massive prize of more than 54,000 rounds of Federal Ammunition, which is valued at more than $28,000. The event occurred during the spring and summer of 2022, with the ammunition included in the prize consisting of some of the company's most popular loads for popular chamberings. 

As said by Federal Ammunition's Director of Marketing Brian Anderson: "This sweepstakes was a great way to accentuate Federal’s 100-year anniversary celebration. The scope of the ammunition included in the prize package showcases the wide range of ammunition and innovation throughout Federal’s 100-year history. This was a fun sweepstakes event, and we congratulate the winner."

Some of the ammunition included in the prize included Federal's Top Gun 12-ga., Range Target Practice 9 mm Luger, American Eagle .223 Rem. and Champion Training-Rimfire .22 LR loads, all intended for target practice and training. Tom, the winner of the sweepstakes said in response to winning the large quantity of ammunition said: "“I give my sincerest thanks to Federal Ammunition for this undeserving prize. This ammunition will be a blessing to both my family and friends. But beyond that, it will also be used by my son’s high school trap team.”

To learn more about the events connected to Federal Ammunition's 100-year celebration, as well as the various loads and chamberings offered by the company, visit federalpremium.com.

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