Shoot Like A Girl to Host International Fe-Mail-in Charity Shoot
Shoot Like A Girl is proud to announce our first ever “I Shoot For The Girls™” Fe-Mail-in tournament during the month of October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This tournament not only provides participants with an opportunity to compete on an International Level in a fun mail in tournament, 100% of the profit will go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. “Our hopes are that Archery Clubs, leagues and shops will host a fun night, donating range time towards the shoot. It is an opportunity for women (and men) from all over the country to compete with one another for a good cause and continue expanding the community of female archers,” says Todd Butler, Chief Operations Officer for Shoot Like A Girl.
Contestants will shoot from 18 meters (Vegas Style). The target consists of three breast cancer ribbons, the white in the center of the ribbon’s loop is worth 10 points, and anywhere on the pink is 5 points; this includes a very small breast cancer ribbon in the I Shoot For the Girls™ logo. There will be 10 rounds, for a total max score of 400 points. Double scoring and certification by the range officer is required.
There will be three categories: Women’s Division, Men’s Division, and Youth Division. The overall international winner will receive ½ dozen Victory Pink Arrow Project Arrows and a certificate; the international second and third place will receive one Victory Pink Arrow Project Arrow and certificate. The shooter with the highest score (regardless of category) from each Archery Club, League and shop who has a minimum of ten entries will receive one Pink Arrow Project Arrow and certificate. Archery Ranges and Shops who provide free range time for archers to shoot in the I Shoot For The Girls™ tournament will receive a certificate and free link from Shoot Like A Girl’s web page at www.shootlikeagirl.com from the time the commitment is made, through the month of October 2010. The cost is $20 per shooter. Special targets and official score cards will be mailed. Individuals, or Archery Clubs, Leagues and Shops and who wish to participate should register at www.shootlikeagirl.com ‘s web store. Shoot Like A Girl will also offer a commemorative T-shirt for sale, with $1 per shirt, being donated back to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Shoot Like A Girl (SLG², Inc) is a company dedicated to empowering women to participate in shooting sports with confidence. We do that in two ways - through service and sales. With the help of our corporate sponsors, Hunter Safety System, SHE Outdoor Apparel, Limbsaver, Mathews Inc, Elite Archery, Game Plan Gear, Easton, and ASA; plus our twelve bow manufacturers partners; we travel around the country to provide women a once in a lifetime opportunity to try multiple bows in draw weights and lengths that fit them. We also provide an educational service on their web site, www.shootlikeagirl.com, with information about shooting sports, and a women friendly forum. Our sales (also a service) is that we offer products that enhance women’s abilities to participate in shooting sports, with a huge focus on one stop shopping for hunting clothing specifically designed to fit women. The clothes are offered at competitive pricing, and allow women to side by side compare products. All of these services and shopping opportunities help us reach our goal of empowering women to participate in shooting sports with confidence!
Shoot Like A Girl is excited to announce that Victory Archery has agreed to donate the prize arrows for Shoot Like A Girl‟s first ever “I Shoot For The Girls™” Fe-Mail-in tournament during the month of October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Victory Arrows has led the way in the fight against breast cancer with their Pink Arrow Project, V-Force Pink arrow, with a percentage of sales going to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. “When I called and asked Victory Archery to help us, there was no hesitation in their willingness to support us in raising money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation,” said Karen Butler, President of Shoot Like A Girl.
Victory Archery partners with Shoot Like A Girl in Support of “I Shoot for the Girls™” Charity Mail in Archery Shoot
6325 East Platte Ave, Colorado Springs, CO
The Tournament is 10 October 2010, with registration at 0930, shoot at 10am!
The Union County Cub Scouts
Union County Agricultural Center, 3230-D Presson Road, Monroe, NC 28112
Oct. 23, 2010 - 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
Drop in and and shoot at your leisure. Refreshments will be available.
For more information contact:
Terry Anthony ( TerryAnthony@carolina.rr.com ),
Stony Rushing (TakeAimTraining@aol.com) or
Mike Wilson (MAWilsonPE@Carolina.rr.com)
Christian Archers of Kentucky
Frankfort, KY 40356
Contact/Phone Todd Pauley (859) 223-7570
LOCAL EVENT STORY
802 South 6th Street
St. Joseph, MO. 64501
Call for schedule.
134 county road 108
Archery Unlimited LLC
Etna Wy 83118
October 2 starting at 10:00 a.m
Pre register now or the day of the event.
Contact us at: 307-884-3488
FULL CURL ARCHERY
12501 Old Seward Highway
Anchorage, AK 99515
Saturday October 23rd at 7 PM.
Autumn Addiction Archery
3674 State Route 7
October 23, 2010
12749 Cottage Road
South Dayton, NY 14138
October 23, 2010
Many more clubs are getting their schedules firm. Check back often. Have your club contact us.
7415 Archies Road
Go north at I-80 Exit 364 for 1.3 miles to US-30, then east for 0.5 miles to Pershing Blvd, then east for 1.8 miles to Huisman Road, then south 0.2 miles to Archies Road.
Sunday, November 21, 2010
$20 registration fee (100% of proceeds will be donated to National Breast Cancer Foundation!)
Youth, Male and Female divisions The shoot is from 18 meters, four arrows for ten ends, max score 400 on specially designed target. Official score cards require double scoring, targets will rotate upper/lower after fifth end, lines count (vegas rules).
Help us take a shot at wiping out breast cancer!!!
Mohawk Archery Club, December 5, 2010 at 10:00 and 1:30
840 1/2 12th St. NW, Mason City, IA