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Shooting Industry February 2013 - Page 11
SentrySafe Announces Capital Investment entrySafe announced in November a strategic corporate realignment that includes almost $10 million of future capital investments in the company’s Rochester manufacturing operations over the next two to three years. According to company officials, the investment will support growth and enhancements of its core product portfolio of the Fire-Safe products, Security Safe, Home Defense and Pistol Solution product lines. As part of the realignment, production of the current SentrySafe Long Gun Safes and Gun Cabinets made in China will be discontinued. According to officials, this is part of a strategic move to place emphasis on those products that are core to the SentrySafe business, which will include safes to protect firearms, such as the Home Defense Center and the Quick Access Pistol Safe. S “Based on this strategic realignment, we anticipate 2013 will be a strong year for SentrySafe and our customers as we look to develop innovative products that truly meet the growing consumer need for security solutions,” said Jim Brush, SentrySafe CEO. For more information, visit www.sentrysafe.com. Potterfields Support Shooting Programs idwayUSA owners Larry and Brenda Potterfield donated more than $1.3 million during November and December to support the Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) in several states. Donations were made to: Alaska ($196,000), Idaho ($156,000), Montana/Wyoming ($325,000), Nevada ($81,000), Oregon ($158,500), Utah ($151,000) and Washington ($276,000). According to the Potterfields, the donations will help the each state introduce more youth to the shooting sports through trap, M skeet and sporting clays programs, and build shooting teams at the high school and college level. For more information about SCTP, visit www.shootsctp.org. For more information on MidwayUSA, visit www.midwayusa.com. www.shootingindustry.com FEBRUARY 2013 11