The Rhode Island Manufacturers Association (RIMA) is hosting its first Competition Shoot on June 8th, 2021. This event will be held at Peace Dale Shooting Preserve from 9:00AM to 2:00 PM. The goal of this event is to bring manufacturers and business professionals together for a relaxed afternoon of networking and clay pigeon shooting.
The event will begin at 9:00AM with check-in and a shooting safety briefing before the competition starts. The competition will include 50 targets for both a 20 Gauge Division and a 12 Gauge Division where teams of 3-4 people will be competing to see who is the “top shot”.
This event will include a special “Longest Bird” competition in which participants will compete to see who can successfully shoot the furthest clay pigeon.
Following the competition, attendees will convene for a catered lunch that will include closing remarks and an announcement of award winners for the highest scoring teams. Event prizes include a $50 gift certificate to the pro shop to each team member of the highest scoring team in both the 20 Gauge Division and 12 Gauge Division, along with a $25 Visa Gift Card to the winner of the Longest Bird Competition.
To purchase a ticket or review the schedule, go to https://rimanufacturers.com/event/competition shoot/.
- About RIMA -
The Rhode Island Manufacturers Association (RIMA) is a 501c(6) organization formed in 1997 to serve as the unified voice of Rhode Island’s manufacturers. As an advocate for strengthening and growing Rhode Island’s manufacturing sector, RIMA engages with government leaders, academic institutions and likeminded organizations to improve the business climate, connect manufacturers with available resources, and facilitate opportunities to create new jobs and business opportunities in the Ocean State. For more information on RIMA, visit www.rimanufacturers.com.
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