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Shooting Industry September 2010 - Page 12
Industry news he Pursuit Channel has chosen Howard Communications Inc. to expand its public relations efforts. “The philosophy, business model and goals of the management of the Pursuit Channel are good not only for producers of outdoor television, they are good for the whole industry,” said Kevin Howard, Howard Communications president. According to Howard, Pursuit Channel is the only outdoor network delivered in satellite provider DIRECTV’s basic package. Pursuit Channel, through its agency of record, Performance One Media, has secured distribution across all 14 million DISH Network subscribers, starting in 2011. For more information about Pursuit Channel shows, visit www.pursuitchannel.com. T Pursuit Channel Enlists Howard Communications rosman Corp. was named the 2010 International Business of the Year during the Upstate New York Trade Conference in July. “Crosman’s ability to embrace the challenges of global competition, display resiliency in our economic climate and achieve sustained growth is remarkable. This award recognizes Crosman as a worldwide ambassador for our region’s industry, innovation and expertise,” said Laurie DeRoller, executive director of The International Business Council of Greater Rochester, N.Y. Ken D’Arcy, Crosman’s president and CEO, says it is gratifying to receive recognition from an organization whose relationships include some of the most successful international exporters in the U.S. “This is a solid endorsement of the strategic direction we’ve embraced,” he said. For more information, visit www. crosman.com. C Crosman Wins New York 2010 Business Award hawn Michael Nealon, 38, of Mesa, Ariz., a federal firearms licensee and owner of Cavalry Arms Corp., was sentenced in July to three years of probation, 300 hours of community service and a $10,000 fine, after pleading guilty on Feb. 18 to illegal firearms sales by an FFL dealer to an out-of-state resident. Calvary Arms, of Gilbert, Ariz., holding a separate federal firearms license, was also placed on probation and fined $10,000, resulting in a loss of license to sell and manufacture firearms, and a prohibition from possessing firearms. According to the ATF, Nealon sold four firearms to an out-of-state resident, knowing that the individual, at the time of sale, resided in the state of California. ATF also reports that Calvary Arms sold 36 firearms, including AK-47 and AR-15 type rifles, shotguns and handguns, to the same individual from California. S Gun Dealer Sentenced For Illegal Fiream Sales Subscribe to SI Digital www.shootingindustry.com 12 SEPTEMBER 2010 Read SI DIGITAL www.shootingindustry.com