Packing In Pink, Legion Firearms Join A Girl & A Gun National Conference Sponsors

by Editor 15. March 2013 08:37
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AUSTIN, Texas – Packing in Pink and Legion Firearms are the latest corporate sponsors of the upcoming 2013 A Girl & A Gun National Conference, Presented by Smith & Wesson.

Packing in Pink and Legion Firearms join a growing list of firearms industry sponsors supporting A Girl & A Gun’s inaugural conference. Additional sponsors include Comp-Tac Victory Gear, MGM Targets, the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the Outdoor Wire Digital Network, Taurus, XS Sight Systems and presenting sponsor Smith & Wesson, among others.

“A Girl & A Gun is thrilled to have the support of our two newest platinum sponsors, Packing in Pink and Legion Firearms. Both companies understand the importance of the growing market for women shooters and their conference sponsorship demonstrates their continued focus on providing women with greater opportunities in the shooting sports,” said Julianna Crowder, president of A Girl & A Gun.

The 2013 A Girl & A Gun National Conference, Presented by Smith & Wesson, will take place March 22-24 at T.I.G.E.R. Valley, the premiere training facility in Central Texas located in Waco. Bringing together some of the top women in the shooting industry, the conference offers participants training sessions, live-fire instruction and presentations on topics relevant to women participating in the shooting sports today.

A Girl & A Gun Women's Shooting League is a ladies-only organization established by women shooters for women shooters for the pistol, rifle and shotgun sports. Founded in February of 2011 in Austin, Texas, A Girl & A Gun today has more than 1,000 members and 28 clubs in 11 states, making it the fastest growing women’s shooting organization.

For more information on the 2013 A Girl & A Gun National Conference, Presented by Smith & Wesson, or to find a club near you, visit You can also join the conversation online on Facebook or by following @AGAGClub on Twitter.

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