By Lars Dalseide | September 24 2011 11:21

Sherri Judd and Tori Croft at NRA's Chicago Leadership and Development workshop Chicago, Illinois - While waiting for Eric Whitescarver from NRA Range Services to begin his presentation at our Club Leadership & Development Workshop in Chicago, Sherri Judd (NRA Youth Programs) and Tori Croft (NRA Collegiate Programs) called me over for a pre-presentation pow-wow. What I'm going to cover, what they're going to cover, what we might have to leave out. There's just so much information and so little time. But now is the time for Eric to get underway.

"The Range Technical Team Advisers have worked with more than 1,800 ranges since 1991," said Whitescarver. "I have about 120 people across the country that can come out to your range, offer opinions and observations on what you're trying to accomplish. We can help if you're just starting out of if you've been there for decades."

Eric went on to tell us how gun ranges are disappearing across the United States. How a safe, well run operation benefits the members, the community and shooting sports in general. It can mean the difference between a one time visit and a life time membership/commitment.

If you'd like to learn more about NRA Range Services and how can they can assist your operation, drop them a line at (877) NRA-RANGE (672-7264) or email range@nrahq.org.

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