Presentation - USA Shooting

Report
Mission
The MidwayUSA Foundation exists solely to
provide funding for shooting sports education in
high schools, colleges and universities.
The Scholastic Shooting Trust (SST) is the
Foundation’s vehicle for parents, alumni and the
community to raise money in support of their
chosen high school, college or university team.
Scholastic Shooting Trust (SST) Scope
Over 20,000 high schools and
colleges listed in the Scholastic
Shooting Trust database
2217 have been identified as
having active shooting
programs as of June 2012
43 participating schools requested
grants from their endowment
accounts during the January 2012
cycle
$52,731 in grant money awarded
Scholastic Shooting Trust Grant
Summary
January 2012 Cycle
Total of Grants Paid:
$52,731.00
Accounts Receiving Grants:
43
July 2012 Cycle
$120,067.00
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MATCHING PROGRAMS
Last six months of 2011:
Larry and Brenda Potterfield offered to match any $1000 donation
into a school account by a factor of 6:1
Result?
Team Donation Totals =
$ 637,567
Potterfield Matching Total =
$2,150,000
For 2012:
Larry and Brenda Potterfield will match ANY size donation into a
school account by a factor of 3:1
Result? TBD
Matching Grows Accounts
Quickly! Some Example Account
Balances:
Over $100,000
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The Citadel (Pistol Team)– SC
Murray State University - KY
University of Missouri
Burlington HS - WI
M. I. T. Pistol Club - MA
Gaston Young Guns – NC
Rose-Hulman I. T. - IN
The King’s Academy - SC
Albia HS - IA
Bishop Dwenger HS – IN
Culver Academies – IN
Oklahoma State University
Coon Rapids-Bayard HS – IA
Lindenwood University – MO
Marquette University HS – WI
Over $50,000
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Bethel University – TN
Humboldt HS - IA
Mason City HS - IA
Newburyport HS - MA
Univ. of Tenn. – Martin
IKM Manning HS - IA
Worthington Senior HS – MN
Walpole Sportsman’s Assoc. Scholastic
Shooting Team - MA
Williams County Sportsman’s Educational
Assoc. - OH
Fin, Fur and Feather Club – MA
Quincy Senior HS – IL
Hickman HS - MO
Purdue University Rifle & Pistol Club – IN
Colony HS – AK
Jacksonville University – FL
Fort Hays State University – KS
The Citadel (Rifle Team) – SC
Southeastern Illinois College - IL
Current/Future Promotions
The Nearly Perfect Rifle Battery
Apple iPad & HP Laptop
Future Promotions
Browning A Bolt Medallion - Our Family
Legacy Series
Micro Medallion
Medallion
Magazine Capacity
4
Magazine Capacity
3
Barrel Length
20”
Barrel Length
26”
Nominal Overall Length
38 1/8”
Nominal Overall Length
46 3/4”
Nominal Length of Pull
12 1/2”
Nominal Length of Pull
13 5/8”
Nominal Drop at Comb
11/16”
Nominal Drop at Comb
5/8”
Nominal Drop at Heel
1/2”
Nominal Drop at Heel
1/2”
Nominal Weight
6 lbs. 1 oz.
Nominal Weight
7 lbs. 1 oz.
Rate of Twist
1 turn in 10”
Rate of Twist
1 turn in 9 1/2”
Metal Finish
Matte Blued
Metal Finish
Blued
Wood Finish
Satin Finish
Wood Finish
Gloss Finish
Stock/Grip
Walnut
Stock/Grip
Walnut
Industry Partners
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National Wild Turkey Federation
Ducks Unlimited
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
Mule Deer Foundation
Pheasants Forever
Delta Waterfowl
Whitetails Unlimited
Missouri Youth Sports Shooting Association
Missouri Youth Trap Foundation
North Carolina Youth Shooting Association
South Carolina Youth Shooting Foundation
North East Youth Shooting Foundation
Iowa Youth Shooting Foundation
Indiana Youth Shooting Sports Foundation
Texas State Rifle Association
Scholastic Sports Shooting Foundation/Scholastic Clay Target Program
Illinois Youth Shooting Foundation
MidwayUSA Youth Wildlife Conservation Experience
- NWTF
- MDF
- PF/QF
- RMEF
- WSF
- DSC
New England International
Junior Shooting Sports, Inc
New England International
Junior Shooting Sports, Inc
• Mission
– NEIJSS is a 501c3 non-profit organization that fosters and encourages
national and/or international amateur clay target shooting sports
competitions.
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NEIJSS conducts and engages amateur competitions in the clay target shooting sports,
develops amateur athletes for national and international competition and educates
amateur athletes in the clay target shooting disciplines.
NEIJSS Accomplishments
• NEIJSS new shooter clinics – 128 new shooters
– Clinic Oct’ 11 with 3 National Team Members attending to coach and share
with the new shooters how they started as National Junior Olympic Team
Members
Corey Cogdell
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2012 Olympic Team Member
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2012 World Cup Gold Medalist
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2010 CAT Games Gold Medalist
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2008 Olympic Bronze Medalist
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2007 Pan American Games Bronze Medalist
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2007 World Cup Bronze Medalist
2007 USA National Championship Bronze Medalist •
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National Junior Olympic Team Member
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Billy Crawford
2012 National Champion Gold Medalist
2011 World Championship Gold Medalist
2011 Double Trap World Record Holder
(147/150)
2010 CAT Games Bronze Medalist
2009 Junior Olympics Gold Medalist
2008 ATA All American Captain – Sub Junior
2008 Junior Olympics Gold Medalist
National Junior Olympic Team Member
Jon M McGrath
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2011 NSSA World Championship, Gold Medalist
2011 World Cup Gold Medalist
2010 World Championship Gold Medalist
2009 NSSA World Championship Gold Medalist
2009 Olympic Skeet World Record Holder
(224/225)
2008 USA National Championship Gold Medalist
National Junior Olympic Team Member
NEIJSS Growing Teams in NE
• Currently over $500K in New England SCTP team endowment
accounts with Midway USA Foundation and NEIJSS. Each team is
allowed to withdraw 5% per year to help fund shooting.
• Distributed $264K in endowment money to Midway USA
Foundation for New England SCTP Teams in 2011.
• Distributing $75K in 2012 to New England SCTP teams endowment
accounts.
• Grew from 6 SCTP teams to currently 21 SCTP teams in NE in 2012.
• SHOW map of all teams around NE
Current Fundraising Status
Funding received to date $55K
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Larry and Brenda Potterfield - MidwayUSA
Kendall Construction
John Hamilton
Cash Donations
Excavation
Electrical Labor
Funding still needed to complete construction
Total funds needed include moving two ATA fields and a skeet field to be able to continue to
shoot those disciplines at MMSC and construct the new Olympic bunker.
(Construction to begin in Sept 2012)
$120K
NEIJSS College Teams
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NEIJSS and Minute Man Sportsman’s Club is one of the first organizations to support the
NSSF initiative to start more college teams. MMSC is training facility for all 5 of these college
teams.
New England Clay Cup
New England Clay Cup an annual collegiate event hosted
by NEIJSS and Minute Man Sportsman’s Club
100 college athletes from Harvard, MIT, Yale, WestPoint,
Harvard Law, U Vermont, RI School of Design, Brown,
Northeastern, Tufts, Trinity and Suffolk in attendance.
NEIJSS Training New Coaches
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NEIJSS instructor of the NRA Level 1 Shotgun Coaches Class for the last three years
– Trained 75 new shotgun coaches in the New England area.
– NEIJSS instructor also taught classes in Texas and Arkansas with another 35
coaches.
Results of new coaches are more teams and new shooters joining SCTP teams.
Minute Man Sharpshooters
Members of the Minute Man Sharpshooters an SCTP team before the MA State Shoot.
Conclusion
 Questions?
 Contacts:
- Terri DeWitt;
[email protected]
- (573) 447-5969
- Jeff McClure;
[email protected]
- (573) 447-5959
 SST website: www.scholasticshootingtrust.org

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