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MIDWAYUSA FOUNDATION HIRES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Columbia, MO – The MidwayUSA Foundation Inc., a public charity with a mission of helping communities and organizations to raise funds for youth shooting teams, is pleased to announce the addition of G. ‘Scott’ Reynolds as the new Executive Director. Scott joins the MidwayUSA Foundation with extensive knowledge gained from 20-years in the U.S. Marine Corps and a corporate career that followed his service. He held many senior and executive leadership roles with companies such as Honeywell International, General Electric, and Oceaneering International. The experience he’s accumulated has assisted him in leading multiple U.S. and international businesses through turnarounds and sustained growth.
Along with his vast experience, Scott has a deep passion for shooting sports and collecting firearms. Scott stated, “I am ecstatic to be part of the MidwayUSA Foundation team! I am particularly excited to work with such great people here at the Foundation, and I’m looking forward to working directly with our teams and partner agencies to further the advancement of youth shooting sports teams and the athletes. As everyone knows, the Potterfield family’s generosity has had a tremendous impact on youth shooting sports, and along with our partners, the Foundation has the ability to be a force multiplier of that generosity.” Scott went on further to say, “I anticipate exciting times ahead here at the Foundation and in youth shooting sports and I’m thrilled to be part of it!”
Scott will lead the MidwayUSA Foundation, which assists over 3,000 youth shooting teams and has given over $20 million in cash grant funds. These funds are used by teams to cover expenses, such as ammunition, uniforms, targets, travel and more. This assistance is helping to grow the youth shooting sports industry and offer more opportunities for our youth. To learn more about the MidwayUSA Foundation and its Team Endowment Program, visit www.midwayusafoundation.org.
Changing the future of youth shooting sports.