Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Crimson Trace's Doings At The SHOT Show

Iain Harrison of Crimson Trace just announced their lineup of events for those like JayG lucky enough to go to the SHOT Show this year.
Crimson Trace Announces All-Star Lineup for SHOT 2012

(Wilsonville, OR) Building on the success of 2011, the industry-leading laser company has a packed Las Vegas schedule to launch an even bigger 2012. Kicking off the week with a bang, Crimson Trace will host a reunion of the cast of Top Shot, History channel’s hit shooting show. Competitors from all three previous seasons will be at the CTC booth at 4.30 on Tuesday to sign autographs, meet with fans and introduce the cast of Season 4. Shot Show attendees are invited to stop by booth #16731 and say hello to their favorite heroes and villains, as well as get an exclusive preview of the new season.

On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 2pm, fans of the #1 shooting show on The Outdoor Channel, Shooting Gallery, can meet broadcaster and host Michael Bane as he streams content live from SHOT, covering everything that’s new & newsworthy from this year’s show. Michael loves interacting with fans and shooting enthusiasts – plan to drop by and be a part of his show. Thursday sees a packed schedule, with Tom Gresham’s popular Gun Talk radio show broadcasting live from the Crimson Trace booth between 10 and 1pm, before handing the stage back to Michael Bane.

Lastly, Crimson Trace stages its biggest event ever on Thursday afternoon at 4pm to celebrate 17 years of industry-leading innovation by giving away 17 units of their newest product launch: the Rail Master™. The first universal fit product from Crimson Trace delivers the quality, confidence and innovation expected from the leader in the laser industry and will go home free to 17 lucky winners. In addition, Crimson Trace is giving away a spectacular grand prize that’s made up from other innovative and industry leading companies from the great Pacific Northwest : Danner, Gerber, Leatherman, Leupold, Nosler and Crimson Trace have contributed over $3000 worth of gear. In order to enter the drawing for these unprecedented prizes, show attendees need only turn up and register at 4pm.

”Crimson Trace first came to SHOT in 1994 as a small company with a big, innovative idea we thought would help some folks and maybe catch on. Seventeen years later, we’re still small company and still focused on innovation, said Kent Thomas, Director of Marketing for Crimson Trace. “We’ve planned a huge celebration and want to celebrate with everyone who have made Crimson Trace who we are today – a difference maker in the industry and the leader of laser sighting solutions.

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