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Old 02-19-2012, 08:36 PM   #1
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Default Butler PA, Friends of NRA Dinner/Auction- April 12

I am an NRA life member but did not know about this 501(3)(c) NRA charity, called Friends of the NRA, until last week. It raises money to give away to Boy Scouts and other organizations to teach the next generation about firearms, firearm safety, shooting and the Second Amendment.

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General Butler Friends of NRA

Cordially Invite You to Attend the Annual
Friends of NRA
Fundraising Dinner & Auction on

Thursday, April 12, 2012
5:30 pm

Days Inn Rt 8
Butler, PA 16001


Live Auction - Silent Auctions - Special Drawings
Limited Edition Firearms, Custom Knives, Limited Edition Art
Many items created specifically for this event


Tickets: $40 each

For ticket information contact:


Jeff Peterson 724.482.2015
OR
jefferis@petersonsales.net


Support the Shooting Sports in your area!
Attend a Friends of NRA Banquet!
For more information visit
www.FriendsofNRA.org
CLICK HERE for PDF information on sponsorships, sponsoring a table, and there are sponsorships available for gun dealers and the like that will get special mention during the event.

Any contributions above and beyond the value of the dinner or items won at auction are tax deductible. Receipts available at the event.
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Ever go by Sportsman's Supply there in Butler?

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Yes, I bought my first pistol from them.

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Half the money raised at every Friends of NRA event throughout the country is given back to the state to fund programs and projects within their own area. The other half goes to The NRA Foundation and is used to fund similar projects with a national scope.

The NRA Foundation grants provide essential program funding that ensures the availability of quality training and educational opportunities nationwide. Grants benefit programs such as youth education, law enforcement training, hunter education, conservation, firearms and marksmanship training and safety, and much more.

Listed below are just some of the many programs The NRA Foundation is able to support nation-wide:


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Default Advertising for Businesses via Underwriting this Event

Okay, basically this is how advertising works for you if you choose to do what is called Underwriting. You can donate cash from $25 to $1000, with most donations being about $100. If you donate, you get your business named listed in the program, and there is a tent card with your business name placed on one of the auction items on the tables.
If you are at the banquet, you will get acknowledged.

There are going to be tons of items for silent auction and for raffling off.

If you choose to donate an item like a gun, you will get a slip allowing you to declare the fair market value of the item as a tax deduction. But also you will get the Tent Card at your item and you will be in the program and get acknowledged if you are at the Banquet.

This may be a good way to advertise your business or services to an extremely loyal group of folks... friends of the NRA.

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Hey Folks, If you are interested in any of these options, I put my name and number in the first post, but I may not be available during the week before the event over Easter. So I encourage you, if you have questions, to
Call Jeff Lee 724-816-7439
Or jdlee@zoominternet.net
To purchase tickets use the order form attached on the first post.

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Default Table Sponsorships and Rewards

2012 Friends of NRA Dinner/Table Packages
PA Patriot Package $300 1 custom made Blind Horse Knife, $300 worth of Raffle tickets including1 NRA Dinner Ticket progressive drawings and one (1) ticket for the Dinner Package/ Sponsor Gun Drawing.

2 Person Package: $300 Browning Knife (or $80 in raffle tickets), Hat, $200 worth Raffle tickets 2 NRA Dinner tickets including progressive drawings, and one (1) ticket for the Dinner Package/ Sponsor Gun Drawing.

½ Table Package $700 Browning Knife (or $80 in raffle tickets), Hat, $300 worth Raffle tickets4 NRA Dinner tickets including progressive drawings, two (2) tickets for the Dinner Package/ Sponsor Gun Drawing, plus your choice of a Ruger 10/22 or $200 in raffle tickets.

Table Package $1,250 Browning Knife (or $80 in raffle tickets), Hat, $500 worth Raffle tickets 8 NRA Dinner tickets including progressive drawings, four (4) tickets for the Dinner Package/ Sponsor Gun Drawing, plus your choice of a Ruger NRA camo LCP .380 or a Weatherby Vanguard in .308 or $500 in raffle tickets.

Corporate Table Package $2,750 Browning Knife (or $80 in raffle tickets), Hat, $1000 worth Raffle tickets 8 NRA Dinner tickets tickets including progressive drawings, five (5) tickets for the Dinner Package/ Sponsor Gun Drawing, plus your choice of a Kimber 1911 .45 or the NRA Henry Big Boy .44 Mag.

Corporate + Table Package $5,750 Browning Knife (or $80 in raffle tickets), Hat, $1500 worth Raffle tickets 8 NRA Dinner tickets tickets including progressive drawings, ten (10) tickets for the Dinner Package/ Sponsor Gun Drawing, plus a custom package gun.

ADD NRA NATIONAL SPONSORSHIP TO YOUR DINNER PACKAGE!
NATIONAL LIBERTY: $250 ($180 tax deduction): receive 2012 sponsor Weather Station, cap, special recognition in event program, complimentary Traditions magazine subscription, discounts on NRA Foundation online store merchandise and sponsors only apparel.

NATIONAL HERITAGE: $600 ($425 tax deduction): receive NATIONAL LIBERTY benefits plus your choice of an NRA knife or NRA H44 rifle case or Brunton Echo Riflescope 3.5x10x50.

NATIONAL FREEDOM: $1,250 ($800 tax deduction): receive NATIONAL LIBERTY benefits plus your choice of an Sturm Ruger LC9 with NRA logo or Leupold RX-1000i TBR with DNA digital Rangefinder

NATIONAL PIONEER: $2,500 ($1,850 tax deduction): receive NATIONAL LIBERTY benefits plus your choice of a Ruger 1911 .45ACP w/ NRA Logo or Henry Mare’s Leg .45 Colt w/ both sides engraved or Brunton Epoch 10.5x43 in gray/camo or Ruger LCR-CT .38SPCL and electronic top loading NRA gun vault.

NATIONAL LES BAUR: $7,500 ($4,000 tax deduction): receive NATIONAL LIBERTY benefits plus a Les Baur Premier II high gloss blue 1911 45 ACP and Epoch Brunton binos. One of the top 1911's made in the USA! While supplies last!

FNRA events granted almost $400,000 to Western Pennsylvania shooting and hunting programs in 2011. Please join us in keeping our firearms heritage alive and well in the Keystone State!
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