Dubbed as a “one–stop shop” for every woman in the Southern West Virginia region, the 14th Annual Women's Expo opened their doors for operation yesterday at the Beckley Raleigh County Convention Center. Amongst the vendors offering the latest on exercise, investing, home decor, cars, and health care, is a booth headed up by local
Women On Target® (WOT) Instructional Shooting Clinic Director Amanda Nutter. By her side is husband James and NRA's WOT Instructional Shooting Clinic Coordinator Diane Danielson.
“I'm down here to help spread the word about our WOT programs,” said Danielson. “Amanda has been doing a great job with her clinics here in West Virginia and I'm happy to lend a hand.”
With more than 80 vendors on site, the Expo concludes on Sunday with a four–hour day ending at 5 pm. But it won't end without a positive mark left by Amanda and her crew.
“The first day went well and we're expecting even more activity at our booth tomorrow,” said Danielson. “The ladies were excited after hearing about all the programs the National Rifle Association created just for them, the men were jealous because they can't join in with their wives, and we'll definitely have signed up a good number of anxious new NRA members before the weekend is out.”