NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits

Dec 6 08:37 2012 Sami Jack Print This Article

As a defender of Second Amendment rights and a huge political force, the National Rifle Association (NRA) has, since its inception, been the premier firearms education organization in the world.

The NRA Show is the biggest hunting,Guest Posting shooting and outdoor show in the whole country. They offer experienced outdoor retailers & outfitters the best opportunity to secure leads, sell items, book trips and interact with the outdoor community. The NRA Show is the greatest event to establish the most profitable relationships with current and new customers. As it stands, the NRA Show is one of the biggest hunting, shooting and outdoor shows in the country. In Pittsburgh the 2011 show brought in a massive crowd of 71, 139. The NRA Show is the premier event to establish the most profitable relationship with current and new customers.

There was a whopping 517 exhibitors in industries ranging from firearms, to hunting. The exhibits covered more than 340, 000 square feet of the downtown America's Center. Needless to say, there was a lot for the 73,740 attendees to see and do! It was the biggest "NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits" on record in terms of both exhibit space and attendance. If all of the booths on the exhibit floor were arranged in a single row, the guns and gear would have stretched more than 3 miles!

Among the highlights of the exhibit floor were several firearms. Some of which were the Ruger 22/45 Lite and the Smith & Wesson M&P Shield which were introduced to consumers that Friday morning, April 13th. Springfield Armory Marketing Manager Chad Dyer pointed out that the NRA Annual Meetings marked the first time many excited shooters could examine the year's new guns like the company's XDS pistol.

There was as well on April 13th of 2012, Michael Fuljenz a. k. a. The "American Gold Expert" made an appearance at the NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in St. Louis. Fuljenz was there honoring many visiting "Medal of Honor" heroes with a free U. S. Mint Medal of Honor Silver Dollar. Not only did these brave men get this awesome gift, they also received a "Heroes of America" disc.

The Friends of NRA program is celebrating its 20th year in 2012. Friends of NRA has held more than 14,000 events and reached over 2.5 million attendees. It has also raised more than $180 million for The NRA Foundation, a charitable organization since its inception in 1992. Each year, The NRA Foundation gathers 50% of all net proceeds from Friends of NRA events to fund shooting-related projects within the state in which the money was raised and uses the other half to fund similar projects with a national scope.

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