Friday, June 22, 2012
Northeast Fun Shoot to Benefit NWTF Wheelin' Sportsmen and Youth Mentoring Challenge
Trumbull, CT - On July 1, Baron Technology, Inc. is sponsoring the 15th Annual Northeast Sporting Clays Fun Shoot at the Mid-County Rod & Gun Club in LaGrangeville, New York.
This is a great chance for adult shooters to mentor younger ones (12-18) at no charge, if they are accompanied by a paying adult.
Proceeds from the shoot go to the NWTF's Wheelin' Sportmen, which is a program that provides all people with disabilities opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. You can learn more about them at this website: wheelinsportsmen.org/ wheelin/?SUBSITE=wheelin.
This year, the donated prizes are spectacular and include firearms and gear from Henry Repeating Arms, Ruger, Winchester Ammo, Remington, Tru-Glo and many more-even field-level tickets to a Yankee's game.
The Sunday, July 1st event takes place at the Mid-County Rod & Gun Club in LaGrangeville, New York, and registration starts at 8:30. Established in 1948, the Mid-County Rod & Gun Club is one of the state's premier club's and "has committed itself to not only hosting various Shooting sports and events, but has established itself as a steward of the land. Mid County offers the opportunity to its members as a place to hunt, fish, shoot and relax. Mid County is the home to numerous types of wildlife including, White Tail Deer, Pheasant, Wild Turkey, Trout, Coyote and many others." To learn about the club, go to: midcountygunclub.com/.
"For Baron Technology, this is a win-win situation, as it gets to support the NWTF's Wheelin' Sportsmen and gets youth involved in shooting at a regional sporting-clay competition that takes place at a first-class shooting facility." said David Baron, president of BTI.
For more information about to this event, contact: Kim Princevalli (203) 452-0515; or to get tickets, call Chris Piltz (803) 637-3106.
About Baron Technology, Inc.
For 30 years, BTI has worked with shooting associations, conservation groups, and manufactures to embellish firearms, cutlery and other products that become heirlooms and collectibles. Merging hand-engraving techniques used for centuries with today's latest technology, Baron creates unique, engraved images that embellish all types of metal, synthetic and wood products. Baron services include a creative art department whose extraordinary custom designs are used by many industries and organizations around the world.