West Bend, WI – (AmmoLand.com) In efforts to rally responsibly armed Americans across the nation, the United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) is giving away a gun every day throughout the entire month of April.
It’s no joke: The USCCA kicked off its “Gun-A-Day” Giveaway April 1st.
“Last year’s promotion was a HUGE success,” USCCA President and Founder Tim Schmidt said. “Since we launched the giveaway on April 1st, some people thought it was a joke. ‘How can you give away a gun every day?’ But I promise you, this is the real deal.”
Last year’s giveaway was so successful that the USCCA is repeating its efforts this year.
Each day, the company will sponsor the purchase of their featured firearm by sending the selected winner a check to cover its exact cost.
According to Schmidt, the month-long giveaway is his way of thanking like-minded patriots across the country.
“We like to think of it as the perfect way to reward responsibly armed Americans all across our great nation. Everyone has a chance to win.”
Contestants can enter the giveaway by visiting 30GunGiveaway.com or by purchasing a subscription to Concealed Carry Magazine, the USCCA’s national publication.
Schmidt founded the USCCA after realizing his success in publishing Concealed Carry Magazine. Though the publication, Schmidt discovered a community of people like him looking for reliable information on concealed carry and home defense. Today the magazine and association cater to a growing community of over 120,000 members and subscribers.
The U.S. Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) is the first and largest, member-owned association designed to educate, train, and insure responsibly armed Americans. USCCA members receive access to a wealth of industry information and insurance protection through its Self-Defense SHIELD program. The USCCA also provides expert advice, product information, and the latest news centered around the concealed carry lifestyle via email, social media, Concealed Carry Magazine, and their nationally syndicated radio program Armed American Radio.