Hernando County Friends of NRA Buffet Dinner & Live Auction to Be Held in Florida

2015 Hernando County Friends of NRA banquet flyer
2015 Hernando County Friends of NRA banquet flyer
Hernando County, FL; Friends of NRA
Hernando County, FL; Friends of NRA

Brooksville, FL -(Ammoland.com)- A non-political charitable buffet dinner and live auction, benefitting the Hernando County Friends of NRA, will be held on August 20, from 5:30 p.m. – 10 p.m. at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, located at 20428 Cortez Blvd., in Brooksville, FL.

This family- friendly fundraiser will also feature games, limited edition merchandise, a silent auction, door prizes, and pre-event prize drawings. Casual dress code. Cash bar with beer and wine.

  • Tickets are $45 per person; $360 for reserved table seating 8 people.
2015 Hernando County Friends of NRA banquet table sponsor flyer
2015 Hernando County Friends of NRA banquet table sponsor flyer

Table sponsorships are now being accepted from both individuals and local businesses. Gold level sponsors receive front row seating with 8 banquet tickets, along with tickets for prizes, and recognition at the event as a gold level sponsor at the event.

2015 Hernando pre-event drawing tickets
2015 Hernando pre-event drawing tickets

Tickets may be purchased online at www.friendsofnra.org.

For more info, contact Bob Barnett at 352-238-4894 or [email protected]

About Friends of NRA

Amongst the fun and fellowship, Friends of NRA banquets boil down to one goal— fund-raising for the future of the shooting sports. Since its inception in 1992, Friends of NRA has held over 16,000 events, reached over 2.8 million attendees and raised over $230 million for The NRA Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Each year, The NRA Foundation allocates half of all net proceeds to fund projects within the state in which the money was raised and uses the other half to fund similar projects with a national scope. Committee volunteers are appointed to State Fund Committees to make recommendations for local grant funding in areas such as youth firearm safety and education programs, hunter education, range development and improvement, women’s training seminars, and wildlife conservation efforts. Recognizing that America's young people represent the future of the shooting sports, State Fund Committee grants are frequently given to youth programs, allocating more than 50% of grant monies to this important area.

For more information, visit www.friendsofnra.org.

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