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Shooting Industry November 2012 - Page 10

Industry news Starline Brass VP Receives Governor’s Award B arbara Hayden, vice president of Starline Brass, received the Missouri Governor’s Minority and Small Business Award at the 2012 Governor’s Conference on Economic Development in St. Louis in September. The Governor’s Minority and Small Business Award recognizes minority and small business leaders’ contributions to their community and its economy. The company must also give back to the community through volunteerism and contributions or in-kind services. “As vice president of Starline Brass, Barbara is certainly deserving of this award,” said Linda Christle, executive director of economic development of Sedalia/Pettis County. “The list of her donations of time and resources is endless, and we are proud she has been recognized on a statewide level.” For more information, visit Missouri Governor Jay Nixon (right) presents Barbara Hayden the Governor’s Minority and Small Business Award. Legacy Sports Forms Import, Distribution Company L egacy Sports International announces another expansion, the creation of Centurion International Ltd. The new company will handle the importation and distribution of shooting accessories that include Nikko Stirling optics and Buffalo River gun bags, knives, gun safes and other goods. The company will be located in Reno, Nev., in the original Legacy Sports facility, adjacent to Legacy’s current office and warehouse. Joel Lumsden has been named company president of Centurion International. He brings 17 years of experience in the sporting goods industry in retail sales, retail general management, wholesale distribution and dealer sales to his new position. Contact Centurion International Ltd. at 4750 Longley Lane #208, Reno, NV 89502, (775) 825-6532, fax: (775) 828-0565. Email Joel Lumsden at: Visit Shooting Industry’s Product Index Feature 10 NOVEMBER 2012 Subscribe to SI DIGITAL

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