AUSTIN, Texas –-(Ammoland.com)- Julianna Crowder, president of A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League, announced that Remington Arms Company, one of America’s oldest and most respected firearms makers, will be a platinum sponsor of the 2nd Annual A Girl & A Gun Training Conference, Presented by Smith & Wesson.
Remington Arms Company joins Brownells, Comp-Tac Victory Gear, Flashbang Holsters, Freedom Munitions, KICK-EEZ, the National Shooting Sports Foundation, XS Sight Systems and presenting sponsor Smith & Wesson, among others, in bringing A Girl & A Gun members this year’s conference.
“We are very pleased to welcome Remington as a major sponsor of this year’s 2nd Annual A Girl & A Gun Training Conference, Presented by Smith & Wesson. Remington is one of America’s great firearm brands with a long history of promoting women’s participation in the shooting sports,” said Julianna Crowder.
The 2nd Annual A Girl & A Gun Training Conference, Presented by Smith & Wesson, will bring together some of the top women in the shooting industry and offers participants training sessions, live-fire instruction and presentations on topics relevant to women participating in the shooting sports today. The conference takes place March 21-23 at T.I.G.E.R. Valley, the premiere training facility in Central Texas located in Waco.
Registration for the conference is open but space is limited. A Girl & A Gun members can register online, as well as find additional information regarding conference schedules and lodging.
A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League is a ladies-only organization established by women shooters for women shooters for the pistol, rifle and shotgun sports. Founded in February of 2011 in Austin, Texas, A Girl & A Gun today has more than 2,100 members in 67 chapters across 24 states, making it the fastest growing women’s shooting organization.
For more information on the 2nd Annual A Girl & A Gun Training Conference, Presented by Smith & Wesson, or to find a club near you, visit www.AGirlAndAGunClub.com. You can also join the conversation online on Facebook or by following @AGAGClub on Twitter.