As a company started by a veteran and still owned by a veteran, Clenzoil supports our troops and is a proud sponsor of the Paralyzed Veterans of America Shooting Sports program. The Clenzoil team heads north to join Andy MacDonald and the Minnesota PVA chapter in Prior Lake, Minnesota for the 20th Circuit Year-End Trapshoot hosted at Minneapolis Gun Club.
The PVA recognizes that many of Veterans must still battle every day the brutal realities of life after war. The Paralyzed Veterans of America is there for them. Since James Albritton, an Air Force veteran, purchased the company in 2015, he and the Clenzoil team wanted the same honor of supporting this fine group of American heroes. It was from this point forward that Clenzoil vowed to donate a percentage of all Clenzoil Field & Range products sold back to this tremendous organization.
When asked about the event, Clenzoil President, Chris Hoffman said, “I’m thrilled to be able to make it to the Year-End Trapshoot this year. Andy (Associate Director of Shooting Sports) has been talking about this shoot since we attended our first one in Baltimore last year, so I’m sure it will be a great event.” As in previous PVA events, the Clenzoil team will be cleaning the participant’s shotguns as they come off the field, handing out samples, and educating people about the benefits of using Clenzoil. “I have to say, I’m most excited to see the some of the members that I’ve met at the other shoots that we’ve attended, but I’m also very excited to show the PVA what we as a company have accomplished over the last year with their support and partnership,” said Hoffman.
Registration and a welcome reception highlights day one on Friday with the competition kicking off with 100 singles at 10 a.m. CST Saturday. Sunday features 50-pair Doubles beginning at 10 a.m. as well, with the Awards Banquet following the conclusion of Doubles. Visit www.pva.org/shootingsports to learn more!