NASGW Announces $25,000 Donation to the Youth Shooting Sports Alliance

Posted by NASGW on 8/28/19 10:57 AM

yssa-logo-orangeThe National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers (NASGW), the association representing shooting sports wholesalers, manufacturers, and their trade partners, announced a $25,000 donation to the Youth Shooting Sports Alliance.

"We all know the how important it is to support the next generation of shooters, hunters, and Second Amendment supporters," said Cyndi Flannigan, the Executive Director of the Youth Shooting Sports Alliance. "Thanks to the NASGW, this generous donation will ensure our unique mission of providing quality equipment to youth programs now, and well into the future."
“Heritage is a word that carries a lot of value in our industry and what better way to strengthen that heritage than providing strong youth programs that share the Second Amendment values and training," said NASGW President Kenyon Gleason. "The National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers is proud to help inspire and support next-generation shooters through the support of the Youth Shooting Sports Alliance." 

The National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers is comprised of wholesalers, manufacturers, independent sales reps, media and service providers - both national and international - all of whom are primarily focused on shooting sports equipment and accessories. As a trade association representing the business interests of its members, NASGW’s mission is to bring shooting sports buyers and sellers together. For more information about the NASGW, visit the association’s website at

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