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Shooting Industry November 2010 - Page 10
Industry news Potterfields Donate $250,000 To Junior Trapshooters L arry and Brenda Potterfield of MidwayUSA recently donated $250,000 to the Foundation for the Junior Trapshooters of Missouri Inc. “This donation from the Potterfields and MidwayUSA will help us accomplish our vision of developing young trapshooters, the future of our sport,” said William Fienup, foundation president. Established in 1967, the Foundation for the Junior Trapshooters of Missouri funds instruction and training of trapshooting for Missouri youth, and assists with shooting supplies and safety training. “Brenda and I are excited to support Junior Trapshooters. This organization, in our home state, is focused on developing tomorrow’s shooters today. Changing the future requires us to make the commitment in time and money to support these efforts, and Brenda and I are pleased we can help,” said Larry Potterfield, founder and CEO of MidwayUSA. For more information, visit www.midwayusa.com and the Junior Trapshooters of Missouri at www.motraps.com. Larry and Brenda Potterfield M Mossberg Reorganizes Sales Rep Force B E T H E R E S I S TA N C E THERE’S MORE TO LIFE THAN WHAT’S ON THE SHELF. With 1.5 billion possible conﬁgurations, the DPMS AR is possibly the most versatile and customizable AR platform in the world. From buttstocks and handguards to barrels and receivers, a DPMS AR can be conﬁgured virtually any way imaginable. Resist convention. Resist the norm. Be the resistance. And be one of those who have resisted conformity and have made the DPMS AR their rifle of choice. Visit dpmsinc.com to learn more. dpmsinc.com 1-800-578-3767 ossberg has announced a reorganization of its sales rep force. The company has added The Evans Group to its sales efforts, and increased the territory covered by Jones & Co. “This reorganization will allow Mossberg to better serve our customers in all channels. By adding The Evans Group, expanding Jones & Co. and with our existing sales rep organizations, Mossberg is well positioned to continue on a more aggressive approach in the marketplace,” said Tom Taylor, Mossberg V.P. of sales and marketing. The Evans Group will be responsible for sporting goods and law enforcement sales in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin. Additionally, The Evans Group will cover law enforcement sales only for Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas. Jones & Co. will continue to service the Southeast for sporting goods and law enforcement, and will add Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont, for both channels. Tim Bailey & Associates maintains the Western U.S. for both sporting goods and law enforcement sales, while H&G Marketing will continue to serve Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas for sporting goods. For more information, visit www. mossberg.com. www.shootingindustry.com 10 NOVEMBER 2010 Read SI DIGITAL