Potterfields Donate $50,000 in Cash for 2010 NRA Bianchi Cup
COLUMBIA, MO –-(AmmoLand.com)- Inspired by the NRA Bianchi Cup's successful impact on both the shooting industry and his hometown of Columbia, MO, Larry Potterfield, Founder and CEO of MidwayUSA, Inc., has pledged his second consecutive $50,000 cash donation toward the championship.
The gift will be used to increase the already impressive $300,000 in cash and prizes awarded this past year and continue founder John Bianchi's vision of having the most prestigious Pistol Championship in the world.
“It's easy to be a fan of the Bianchi Cup, and Brenda and I believe in giving back to our community to help change the future of the shooting sports industry. We are proud to do our part to help this great match,” says Potterfield.
This announcement is the first of many enhancements to the NRA Bianchi Cup for 2010. The NRA Bianchi Cup is a money-winning event that draws the top pistols shooters from all over the world.
“Working together with our Industry partners ensures the continued growth and advancement of NRA's competitive shooting programs and Midway USA, an industry leader, continues to be a major benefactor to our sport,” said Mike Krei, Director of NRA's Competitive Shooting Division.
For more information on the 2010 NRA Bianchi Cup, or the NRA Action Shooting Program, contact Tom Hughes at (703) 267-1451, or by email, [email protected]
For more information about MidwayUSA, a world leader in shooting and reloading supplies, visit www.midwayusa.com.
For more information on NRA Competitive Shooting Sponsorships, please visit www.nrasportsponsors.com or contact Woody Arenas in the NRA Competitive Shooting Division at 703-267-1469 or by email, [email protected]