NSSF Reaches 10,000 Members

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posted on December 17, 2013
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The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) has announced that its membership roll now tops 10,000-an all-time high for the trade association of the firearms industry.

The milestone comes just a month in advance of the NSSF's annual Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show (better known to many as SHOT Show), where the association typically adds to its membership totals. Such members include manufacturers, distributors, federally licensed firearms retailers, shooting facilities, outdoor media publishers, industry associates and individuals.

Chris Dolnack, senior vice president and chief marketing officers of the NSSF, said the association's growth has helped its speak with a single, powerful voice on behalf of the industry.

"NSSF membership continues to climb because more industry-connected companies, organizations and individuals are aware of the many ways NSSF works to promote, protect and preserve hunting and the shooting sports," Dolnack said.

For more information, go to NSSF.org.

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