Great American and All-Access highlight new projects for the NRA in 2014
Fairfax, Virginia - The National Rifle Association has a number of new projects ready to kick off in 2014. And it all begins with the Great American Outdoor Show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Launching bright and early at 9:00am on February 1st and running through the 9th, the Great American Outdoor Show (presented by Outdoor Channel) promises to be the largest consumer outdoor show in the nation. Everyone from Beretta to Parker Bows and Remington to Yamaha will be on hand to show off their wares.
Ticks are on sale now — for $12.00 adults, $6.00 for the little ones 13 and under — at the Great American website.
Another newbie for 2014 is NRA All-Access.
Hitting the Outdoor Channel airwaves at 10:00pm on Sunday, January 5, All-Access highlights all the outdoor activities and lifestyle choices all NRA members enjoy. We're talking about entertainers, athletes, veterans, and everyday Americans who have a passion for hunting, racing, fishing and all the traditions surrounding the shooting sports.
Also on the list are the NRA National Smallbore Rifle Championships.
Haven't they been shooting smallbore for a few decades? What's so new about that?
What's new is the location.
For the first time in the 100+ years of NRA competition, the championships are moving from the hallowed grounds of Camp Perry, Ohio to the Chief Wa-Ke-De Range in Bristol, Indiana. Starting on July 14 and ending July 25, the twelve day competition will include 3-Position, Prone and the International Postal Team championships.
Finally we have the NRA's 143rd Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Indianapolis, Indiana.
I know, I know, the Annual Meeting isn't new. But the events, exhibits, speakers, products and people will be. And the city, oh the city is something to see.
That's it. That's the list.