Provo, UT -(AmmoLand.com)- Action Target Inc., the leading manufacturer of shooting ranges, today announced its sponsorship of World Champion Shooter, Max Michel.
The sponsorship of Max Michel is intended to create more visibility of Action Target products and increase brand awareness. Max will wear the Action Target logo on the front right side of his competition jersey and will be featured in a variety of media materials and appearances designed to promote Action Target.
“We are excited to add Max to the Action Target shooting team,” said Kevin Tomaszewski, Action Target V.P. of Marketing & Engineering. “Max is a great role model, world champion, and the very best at what he does. We are honored that Max has identified our steel targets and intelligent target systems as the products he needs to continue his championship run.”
Max Michel is the current International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) World Champion (XVII, USA), the only shooter in history to hold six World Speed Shooting Championships and the only action shooter in history to win all USPSA Area Championships during a single season (2010).
This year Max continues to win, taking the top spot in the Carry Optics Division at the 2016 United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) Nationals, which took place on August 23rd at PASA Park in Barry, Illinois.
Michel will compete next at the World Speed Shooting Championship and Steel Challenge on August 25-27 in San Luis Obispo, California.
About Action Target:
Action Target Inc. is a privately owned business headquartered in Provo, Utah. The US market leader for shooting range technology, Action Target’s key markets include commercial, law enforcement and military. With over 4,000 products and 47 patents for the systems it designs and manufactures, Action Target differentiates itself from its competitors with its unique start-to-finish approach from engineering and manufacturing to range design and installation. Action Target also designs systems and conducts firearms training for law enforcement and various military divisions.
For more information, visit www.actiontarget.com.