The Remington Gun Club hosted the inaugural Shoot to Cure fundraiser on Friday, September 23, in Lonoke, Arkansas. This sporting clays shoot raised a five-figure sum in support of the Arkansas Children’s Foundation.
Headlined by Remington’s new Gun Club Cure ammunition, the event was a huge success. Bringing together community leaders, local companies and top-tier sporting clays shooters, the funds raised will be contributed to the Arkansas Children’s Foundation, a non-profit organization supporting children’s hospitals and disease research.
Each shooter that attended the charity fundraiser played a large role in helping families and children in need. “We’re thrilled at the outcome of our first Shoot to Cure,” said Remington’s Director of Marketing, Joel Hodgdon. “Thanks to all our attendees and sponsors, the sporting clays fundraiser gave us all a chance to give back to our community—and break a few clays along the way.”
The success of the event was made possible by sponsors such as Remington, Bushnell, Nighthawk Custom, Silencer Central, the MidwayUSA Foundation, Staley Electric, Confetti’s, United Health and Smart Choice Delivery, among many others.
Visit archildrens.org to find out how to support the Arkansas Children’s Foundation. Learn more about the Remington Gun Club and Remington Ammunition at remington.com.