Receive preferred grant status as an NRA Gold Medal Club
Did you know that White Oak Rod & Gun Club in North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania is an NRA Gold Medal Club? So is the Alaska Interior Marksmanship Committee, Florida's Hollywood rifle & Pistol Club and more. You can be an NRA Gold Medal Club too — but you only have about a week to get it done.
If you meet all the requirements, then print up an application, fill it out and put it in today's mail. Here's how you qualify:
- Be a 100% NRA Club
- Have a Club Newsletter (online/email newsletters are acceptable)
- Belong to your NRA State Association
- Operate (of have operated) an NRA Youth Program at the club
- Participate in NRA's Membership Recruiting Program
One of the biggest benefits of being an NRA Gold Medal Club is the preferential treatment you'll receive when it comes to NRA's Range Grant program.
That means you can quafily for a $5,000 award that goes to the acquisition, development, and improvement of your shooting facilities. As a Gold Medal Club member, your application moves directly to the front of the line.
For more on how to be an NRA Gold Medal Club, go to the Clubs & Associations webpage at www.nrahq.org/clubs/goldmedal.asp or call (800) NRA-CLUB. The deadline February 15 so get moving.