The MidwayUSA Foundation, Inc. and Scholastic Shooting Trust, a public charity established by MidwayUSA founders Larry and Brenda Potterfield, has announced its latest firearms fundraising promotion to help scholastic shooting teams grow their respective endowment accounts in 2014.
This latest opportunity incorporates a Browning Silver Sporting Micro 12 gauge shotgun with adjustable length of pull and comb, which is currently unavailable for retail purchase, and limited production Browning fixed-blade knives with the MidwayUSA Foundation logo. Interested teams can order the shotgun or a combination package featuring the shotgun and multiple knives which offers even greater flexibility for fundraising and the potential for increased profit margin for the fundraising organization.
“With the Potterfield Family matching program, this is a great opportunity for scholastic shooting teams to grow their accounts here at the MidwayUSA Foundation, Inc.” says Dick Leeper, Executive Director of The MidwayUSA Foundation, Inc. “Since this promotion shares the profit with the shooting team, it helps with current year funding as well as growing their account for the future.”
The MidwayUSA Foundation, Inc. partners with shooting teams, conservation groups and the shooting industry to raise funds in support of high school and collegiate shooting programs. In addition to contributions, each exclusive promotional opportunity brings shooting team endowments one step closer to achieving sustainable support.
Logo courtesy MidwayUSA Foundation