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Shooting Industry September Digital Edition - Page 12
Industry news Jerry’s Sport Center Holds First Dealer Show T he first Jerry’s Sport Center (JSC) Dealer Show was held in June in Harrisburg, Pa., providing an opportunity for hundreds of dealers to meet their JSC sales reps face-toface, most of them for the first time. “After more than 20 years of only working with a familiar voice SI DIGITAL over the phone, many Hot Link dealers and sales representatives finally Dealers kept exhibitors busy during Jerry’s Sport Center Dealer met face-to-face and Show in June. SI Digital readers, click on the Hot Link logo. strengthened the bond for an even brighter future. The JSC Show exemplifies our continued commitment to add value for dealers,” said Pat Dispenza, JSC director of sales. More than 195 booths displayed some 300 brands at the event, which included many show specials for the fall season. Dealers commended JSC for the show’s timing, which allowed them to concentrate on the second half of the year’s business. “I am very proud of each and every JSC associate for their hard work that went into making this show a success. Thank you to all the vendors who participated. Most of all, we are thankful for our loyal customers who took the time to come see us,” said Chuck Walker, United Sporting Companies senior vice president. United Sporting Companies, owners of Ellett Brothers and Jerry’s Sport Center, plans to make the JSC Dealer Show an annual event. For more information, visit www.jerryssportscenter.com. Remington Supports Boy Scouts emington announces its 2012 Remington Boy Scout Range Loan Program in support of the Boy Scouts of America. Through the program, which runs through mid-December, Remington provides 20-gauge 870 Express and 870 Express Compact shotguns for range and badge programs. “Participation in the shooting sports teaches kids a lot more than just marksmanship. These shooting activities build confidence, instill discipline, boost self-esteem and foster responsibility. We are proud to contribute to this great effort,” said Jay Stuart, Remington vice president. For more information, contact the program’s coordinator at 1-800243-9700. R Streamlight Supports BADF Programs treamlight has introduced the Orange Nano Light as part of the company’s “Lights for a Cause” series. The new light will benefit the Buckmasters American Deer Foundation (BADF) community programs. Streamlight will donate $1 to BADF for each Orange Nano Light sold. Proceeds will help support BADF’s programs for hunters with disabilities, “Life Hunts” for children with critical illnesses and the “Project Venison” distribution program for hungry Americans. “The Orange Nano Light is our way of giving back to the hunting community, and helping to meet the needs of hunters with disabilities and others in need,” said Ray Sharrah, Streamlight president and CEO. For more information, visit www.streamStreamlight Nano light.com and www.buckmasters.com. 12 SEPTEMBER 2012 S Subscribe to SI DIGITAL www.shootingindustry.com