The third annual Benelli USA Invitational Shoot drew 152 shooters from within the outdoor industry and across the region to raise more than $55,000 for Freedom Hunters to support outdoor opportunities for active duty and combat veterans.
Veterans Day parades and meal deals are great, but there’s another way we can show our gratitude to those who served, year ’round. Many of them harnessed the skills and discipline they learned in uniform to build thriving businesses, and the diversity of products and services they offer make it easier than ever to repay our debt. Here are a few examples.
There’s no doubt the firearm industry and its enthusiasts are unparalleled when it comes to supporting veterans and the non-profit organizations dedicated to helping them. A few of this month’s headlines drive home that point.
The new program offers eligible U.S. Armed Forces personnel a discount on qualifying Thompson/Center and Smith & Wesson firearms purchased from June 1, 2018 to Dec. 31, 2018.
Employees and partners of Vista Outdoor have donated more than $146,000 to the Veterans Community Project (VCP), a 501(c)(3) Missouri nonprofit corporation whose goal is to eliminate homelessness in the military veteran community.
During an Oct. 8 awards dinner, the PenFed Foundation honored three key figures for their critical roles in the building of the Lee & Penny Anderson Defenders Lodge.