NRA Women Rule at the NRA Annual Meetings!

posted on April 27, 2014
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undefinedWomen are the fastest growing segment of hunting and the shooting sports, which is no surprise judging from the crowds of women at the NRA Annual Meetings in Indianapolis, Apr. 25-27! I just attended the 1st Annual NRA Women's New Energy Breakfast and met up with women from every age group and profession—from past NRA President Sandy Froman and friends who are exhibiting on the NRA show floor to NRA women who have driven across the country to be here and celebrate our NRA and American freedom. It's fun to support each other while making new friends and talking up our NRA.

This event will be an annual gathering so if you're attending next year's NRA Annual Meetings in Nashville, pass along the news. It's also the ideal setting for anyone new to the NRA, hunting, and/or the shooting sports because you'll learn about all the women's programs the NRA has to offer. See you in Nashville next year for the 2nd Annual NRA Women's New Energy Breakfast!


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