Crosman and Eva Shockey Partner Up to Promote Shooting Sports

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posted on September 3, 2013

Crosman Corporation announced a long-term partnership agreement with Eva Shockey, daughter and hunting partner of professional hunter Jim Shockey, to promote the shooting sports. Eva Shockey spends over 250 days each year hunting and co-hosting the "Jim Shockey's Hunting Adventures" television show as well as representing the Outdoor Channel at various events across the U.S. and Canada.

“My dad always encouraged me to join him on his outdoor adventures,” said Eva Shockey, “and his teachings are some of my most treasured memories. It’s that sense of sharing what I’ve learned that has me so excited about joining the Crosman family. I always knew that learning to shoot was fun, but now I understand that teaching folks how to shoot is just as rewarding,” she said. “What better way to do that, than by teaming up with my friends at Crosman? Crosman and Benjamin airguns are the perfect way to introduce people to the sport of shooting.”

For more information, visit Crosman.com.

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