Shoot Like A Girl (SLG2), Inc., is pleased to announce the appointment of Ginger Morehead to the role of Corporate Partnership Manager. In this capacity, Morehead will be responsible for recruiting new corporate partners for SLG2, Inc., in order to continue the exceptional growth of women in the shooting sports. She also will report information received from test flight surveys to existing partners.
Morehead is no stranger to the hunting industry. A veteran of 15 years, she and her husband, Jesse, launched the Muzzy Tour where they traveled the country in a 35-foot camouflaged RV bus promoting Muzzy and other sponsors at archery dealers. The couple also competed professional in archery tournaments on Archery Shooters Association (ASA), International Bowhunting Organization (IBO) and National Field Archery Association (NFAA) tours.
Morehead holds several archery titles, including 8 “National Shooter of the Year” titles (ASA, IBO, NABH and NFAA), 7 World Champion titles, 5 IBO Triple Crown championships, 7 NFAA National Champion (Field and 3D) titles and 21 National Tournament wins.
The Moreheads have appeared on the following outdoor TV shows: Realtree’s “Monster Bucks,” “Muzzy: Bad to the Bone Bucks,” Tom Miranda’s “Whitetail Country” and “Stayin’ Safe with Jesse & Ginger.”
“We are so excited to have Ginger on the Shoot Like A Girl team. She shares an unmistakable passion for inspiring more women to get involved in shooting sports. Ginger is an all-around great person with years of industry experience and we look forward to all the great qualities she brings to Shoot Like A Girl’s mission,” said Cristy Crawford, Chief Operations Officer & National Corporate Sponsorship Manager for SLG2.
“I have worked closely with manufacturers in the hunting/archery industry for 15 years, so this job is tailor-made for me. I am really looking forward to working with Karen Butler and Cristy Crawford, and am extremely thankful for the opportunity to be a part of such a life-changing experience for so many women,” said Morehead.
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