Creedmoor Sports Names Dennis DeMille VP of Product Development

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posted on December 22, 2016
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Dennis DeMille is a name that every high power rifle competitor knows well. He has been involved in developing many of the existing Creedmoor Sports products over the past 10 years, which have proven to be very popular among competitive shooters. But the time he has devoted as General Manager running the day-to-day operations of the company has allowed him little time in recent years to focus on development. Creedmoor Sports has built a reputation creating exciting, well-built products for precision minded shooters—including those involved in the competitive rifle sports. This change of focus will allows Dennis to utilize his talents fully on product development for Creedmoor.

Says the man himself, Mr. Dennis DeMille:

"This was a joint decision made by myself and the owner of Creedmoor Sports, Greg Kantorovich. The addition of Bill Gravatt to the team with his extensive track record of creating new products for his prior company, Sinclair International, and later Brownells, makes this move perfectly timed. After having many conversations with Bill, it dawned on both of us that me handling the day to day operations of Creedmoor was not using my creative skills, coupled with my many years of competitive shooting experience, to its full potential. I'm more excited than ever about the future of Creedmoor Sports in continuing to provide well-built and well-designed products to our customers. I look forward to once again focusing on being the innovator responsible for making sure Creedmoor Sports retains and builds on our reputation of being on the cutting edge of product development for precision rifle enthusiasts."


Regarding the shift in responsibilities for DeMille, Greg Kantorovich added:

"We are very excited with this transition as Dennis' passion for creativity and his tenacity to get new products to market will help us continue our strong growth in many different markets. I'm excited to have Dennis working with Bill and our team on precision oriented shooting gear, reloading tools, firearm maintenance products, and soft goods. Our customers have been asking us to supply them with reloading equipment for years but we just never felt the timing was right. We are also excited about involving our customers with the product development process and look forward to engaging in the creative process with them. We love carrying other companies' lines but are always looking at building our own products to provide a solution to our customer's need. We want to 'wow' our customers and we feel now is the time to shine!" 


From the staff here at SSUSA, congratulations to Dennis on the new job! Creedmoor Sports continues to expand, benefiting all precision rifle shooters in the centerfire, smallbore and air gun disciplines. Learn more at www.creedmoorsports.com

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