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Shooting Industry August 2010 - Page 14
Industry news lock Inc. made a $100,000 donation to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation (SOWF) during the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) in June. During the past five years, Glock has donated $500,000 to SOWF, a nonprofit organization providing college educations to the surviving children of Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps special operations personnel killed in combat or training. “Glock’s focus remains on assisting those who go in harm’s way to defend the freedom we all currently enjoy,” said Josh Dorsey, vice president of Glock. Additionally, Glock awarded $120,000 to the NRA and its affiliates at the NRA annual meeting in May. For more information, call (770) 432-1202 or visit www. glock.com. G Glock Supports Warrior Foundation, NRA Josh Dorsey (left), Glock vice president, presents a check to Col. John T. Carney Jr. (right), SOWF president, and Taniya Wright, past SOWF award recipient. teiner Optik has relocated its headquarters for North America to Burris Co. Inc., in Greeley, Colo. Burris will oversee sales and marketing of the Steiner line to all current sales channels in the United States. The expanded organization, with Burris staff and personnel from Pioneer Research, will work closely with Steiner in Germany. “Together with Pioneer, we established the Steiner brand in the United States, and we will ensure our dealers and custom- S Steiner Revamps U.S. Distribution ers have a smooth and seamless transition,” said Robert Eckert, Steiner’s managing director. “We have worked closely with Steiner in Germany and Burris to make sure our customers will continue to receive world-class products, unmatched customer service and support,” said Wolfgang Harms, president of Pioneer Research. For more information, visit www.steiner-binoculars.com, www.burrisoptics.com and www.pioneer-research.com. 14 AUGUST 2010 Read SI DIGITAL www.shootingindustry.com