Concealed Carry Fashion Show Returns to the NRA Carry Guard Expo

NRA Carry Guard Expo Concealed Carry Fashion Show

RICHMOND, Va. -(Ammoland.com)- The NRA Carry Guard Expo welcomes back the Concealed Carry Fashion Show for the second year in a row. This is no ordinary run-of-the-mill fashion show – these models will be showcasing the latest and greatest in functional clothing, gear and accessories custom-tailored for the everyday concealed firearm carrier.

Scheduled for Friday, Sept. 14, 2018, at the Greater Richmond Convention Center in Richmond, Virginia, the Fashion Show will showcase the Expo’s top concealed carry products and demonstrate the features and benefits to an audience of firearm enthusiasts and industry media.

Sponsored by Asfaleia Designs and CrossBreed Holsters, this unique event will feature a huge variety of products from companies exhibiting at the NRA Carry Guard Expo
Sponsored by Asfaleia Designs and CrossBreed Holsters, this unique event will feature a huge variety of products from companies exhibiting at the NRA Carry Guard Expo

Sponsored by Asfaleia Designs and CrossBreed Holsters, this unique event will feature a huge variety of products from companies exhibiting at the NRA Carry Guard Expo, all designed to make concealed carry both fashionable and practical for all occasions. The models, both male and female exhibitors, will walk the runway, showcasing products ranging from conventional pistol holsters and accessories to concealed carry purses, bags, and much more. The audience will vote for their top three favorite concealed carry products at the event’s conclusion.

This year’s Fashion Show will be emceed by David Power, Vice President of Sales for Oneida Molded Plastics, and Stefany Reese, PR and Communications Manager at Springfield Armory.

The Concealed Carry Fashion Show is part of the second annual NRA Carry Guard Expo, scheduled for Sept. 14-16 at the Greater Richmond Convention Center.
The Concealed Carry Fashion Show is part of the second annual NRA Carry Guard Expo, scheduled for Sept. 14-16 at the Greater Richmond Convention Center.

“I am thrilled and honored to be a part of NRA’s Carry Guard Expo Fashion Show this year,” Reese said. “It’s such a great opportunity for a wide audience to understand the safe, reliable solutions our industry offers for those interested in personal protection and the security of one’s family.”

Doors open at 6 p.m., and the event begins at 6:30 p.m. Tickets for the NRA Carry Guard Expo Concealed Carry Fashion Show are $20, and can be purchased online here.

The Concealed Carry Fashion Show is part of the second annual NRA Carry Guard Expo, scheduled for Sept. 14-16 at the Greater Richmond Convention Center. The NRA Carry Guard Expo is an educational and interactive experience dedicated to individuals interested in increasing their knowledge and skills of personal protection, concealed carry and home defense tactics. This event will equip novices and experts alike with the products, skills, knowledge and mindset necessary to be prepared and respond when a threat arises.

Members of the media are welcome to apply for press credentials to cover the Concealed Carry Fashion Show. To submit a request for press credentials, visit https://www.nracarryguardexpo.com/contact/media-press/ and complete the form. Credentials must be picked up in person at the press office starting at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 14. Due to resource constraints, not all applicants will be approved to attend the event.

For more information about the NRA Carry Guard Expo, including the Concealed Carry Fashion Show, links to purchase tickets, book travel accommodations, schedule of events and more, visit www.nracarryguardexpo.com.


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    The NRA, of which I am a Life Member, did no favors for anyone with its treatment of the USCCA. This is yet another admission that the USCCA got it right while the NRA leadership was out-to-lunch. Too bad the NRA “leadership” is so immature; their childishness hurts all of us. Cooperation between the NRA and the USCCA would have made them both stronger; competition has only weakened and damaged the NRA’s image and effectiveness. I’ll still support yhe NRA as they are the 800 pound gorilla and still do work in generally the right direction, but Most of the… Read more »

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    @Chuck it appears the National Reciprocity went by the way of the Bump Stock. They seem to pick their fights with easy to win being most important.