Wixom, Mich. – (Ammoland.com) – Trijicon Inc. is proud to announce their official partnership with renowned competition shooter, Julie Golob. The highly accomplished U.S. Army Veteran, national and world shooting champion and avid outdoorswoman will lead the Trijicon Shooting Pro-Staff throughout the 2016 tournament season.
With over 120 championship titles in seven different disciplines, Julie Golob is one of the most skilled and dominant competition shooters in the world. Noteworthy titles include 13-time USPSA Ladies National Champion, 7-time Ladies World Speed Shooting Champion, 4-time IDPA Ladies National Champion, the first Triple Crown USPSA Ladies National Champion and 3-time NRA Bianchi Cup Ladies Champion. In addition to her impressive shooting record, Julie is a proud U.S. Army Veteran, prominent author, avid hunter, firearms instructor and industry ambassador.
“Julie Golob is one of the most well-respected competitors and individuals in the firearms community,” said Chuck Wahr, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Trijicon. “Her reputation as a veteran, champion and ambassador is a perfect fit for Trijicon and our roster of elite competition shooters. As we continue to grow our presence in the shooting sports community, we are proud to have a shooter of Julie’s caliber representing the Trijicon brand and our products.”
“I have always been impressed with Trijicon’s integrity and commitment to innovation,” said Julie Golob. “When I am running and gunning in an international shooting competition or have my sight on the buck of a lifetime, I need rugged and dependable optics I can trust. I am excited for this partnership, and can’t wait to begin using Trijicon’s superior optics in the field.”
Serving as the lead ambassador for Trijicon’s growing roster of elite competition shooters, Julie will assist in educating the firearms community about the brand’s leading Brilliant Aiming Solutions™ for the consumer, military and law enforcement markets. Julie will be exclusively shooting Trijicon optics in competitions and on hunts this year, and will appear in a number of marketing activities for the brand.