NSSF 2015 Industry Summit
NEWTOWN, Conn. — Groundbreaking research and gaining insights on proven programs that result in growing the ranks of target shooters and hunters are hallmarks of NSSF Industry Summits. For these and many other reasons, you’ll want to attend the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s 2015 Industry Summit in Savannah, Georgia, June 1-3. Registration for the 2015 Industry Summit is now open.
The premier forum for leaders in the shooting sports industry, the NSSF Industry Summit will convene at the Savannah Marriott Riverfront and is expected to reach capacity with more than 200 individuals who feel strongly about creating a positive future for the shooting sports. Discounted, early-bird registration pricing is in effect until March 31. Register online here.
NSSF Industry Summits provide a setting where programs with a track record of successfully building participation in the shooting sports are shared, as attendees are encouraged to adopt and adapt these models of success in their states and region.
Encouraged to attend the NSSF Industry Summit are representatives from all segments of the firearms, ammunition, hunting and shooting sports industry, hunting and conservation organizations, target shooting organizations, federal and state wildlife agencies, and other stakeholder groups who want to see the shooting sports continue to grow and expand to include diverse groups. The extraordinary rise in interest in the shooting sports among women, Hispanics, Asians and other minorities, a topic that attracted much interest at last year’s sold-out Summit, will be further explored at the 2015 Summit.
As always, the core of the NSSF Industry Summit will be research-driven discussion in large sessions and the sharing of dynamic, reputable models of success and new ideas in breakout sessions.
Summit attendees will be challenged to think differently and creatively by high-energy speakers. A hit last year, Jeremy Gutsche, author and founder of Trendhunter.com, will return to the Summit’s main stage to discuss “The Proven Path to Unstoppable Ideas.” Seth Mattison, founder of Future Sight Labs, will share his expertise on workforce trends and generational dynamics. And NSSF is extremely pleased to have NASCAR President Mike Helton in its speaker lineup to share insights on the extraordinary growth one of America’s most popular sports.
Additionally, the NSSF Industry provides excellent sponsorship opportunities for companies and organizations. The Georgia Department of Economic Development is the Summit’s Platinum sponsor, but there are many more sponsorship opportunities that you can learn about here.
Be a part of charting the course for the future of target shooting and hunting by attending the 2015 Industry Summit. Register today to secure your place at this important event.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation is the trade association for the firearms industry. Its mission is to promote, protect and preserve hunting and the shooting sports. Formed in 1961, NSSF has a membership of more than 11,000 manufacturers, distributors, firearms retailers, shooting ranges, sportsmen’s organizations and publishers. For more information, visit nssf.org.