By Lars Dalseide | January 21 2011 09:38

NRA’s Competitive Shooting Division welcomed guests and sponsors to ‘Thank You’ breakfast at the Wynn Hotel this week in Las Vegas, Nevada. Hosted by Marketing Manager Woody Arenas, the tables were filled with familiar faces and those new to the effort.

“It was great to get such a big turnout,” said Arenas. “The Wynn really took care of us and everyone had a wonderful time.” Also on scene from the NRA was Executive Director of General Operations Kayne Robinson and NRA President Ron Schmeits.

“The programs, the competitions, the level of training that the NRA is able to provide to our members would not be able to exist without the support of you and your organizations,” said Robinson. “They simply would not work without you and thrive because of you.”

“That’s especially true when it comes to the young people,” said Schmeits. “As the future leaders of our country, it is crucial that we instill in them the ethics and character that competitive shooting demands.”

Before heading out the door, attendees were treated to a drawing for various gifts and goodies. An iPod, gift certificates, and a Red Wii Super Mario Brothers edition served as the big prizes. The Wii went to Cara Peebles of Otis Technology. “This is so great,” said Peebles. “I was telling my mother the other day how much I wanted the Mario Brothers edition for the kids. Now I have one. Thanks NRA!”

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