Brad Johnson Elected to the ASA Board of Directors

Brad Johnson
Brad Johnson
United Sporting Companies
United Sporting Companies

Chapin, SC -( United Sporting Companies (USC), an industry leader and nationwide distributor of hunting, outdoor and marine products, is pleased to announce that USC Chairman and CEO Brad Johnson was elected to serve on the Board of Directors for the American Suppressor Association (ASA).

Brad continues to serve as Chairman and CEO of USC since his appointment in 2011 and will offer his extensive industry knowledge to the ASA Board of Directors.

“We are incredibly excited to have Brad join our Board of Directors. As the Chief Executive of one of the largest companies in our industry, his experience and expertise will certainly strengthen our ability to protect and expand pro-suppressor reform across the country,” said Knox Williams, ASA President and Executive Director.

The American Suppressor Association (ASA) is the unified voice of the suppressor industry with the mission to unite and advocate for the common interests of suppressor manufacturers, distributors, dealers, and consumers. Since its formation in 2011, thirty-six pro-suppressor laws or regulations have been enacted.

Of those, 18 states have legalized suppressor hunting, 15 states have passed “Shall Sign” or “Shall Certify” legislation, and 3 states have legalized suppressor ownership.

About United Sporting Companies (USC):

United Sporting Companies (USC) is a leading nationwide distributor of hunting, outdoor and marine products. The company operates through two subsidiaries, Ellett Brothers and Jerry’s Sport Center which were founded in 1933 and 1949, respectively. Providing the Industry’s largest product selection of over 85,000 SKUs in combination with the endless support of the most knowledgeable sales force in the country, USC proudly and efficiently serves over 30,000 independent retail customers across all 50 states through sales offices and distribution centers in Chapin, SC, Newberry, SC, Pittston, PA, Downingtown, PA, Dayton, OH, Spring Hill, KS, Dallas, TX, and Sacramento, CA.

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