2008 News

Remington Taps Brian Marvin to Lead Global LE/Military Team - Also announces new Washington, DC, Military Affairs Office

June 20, 2008

MADISON, N.C. – Remington Arms Company, Inc., announced today that Brian Marvin, former President of Heckler & Koch (H&K) USA Defense, has accepted the newly-created position of Senior Vice President - US and International Military and Law Enforcement Markets. In his role at Remington, Marvin will oversee all Sales, Marketing and Customer Support of Domestic and International Law Enforcement and Military products and services.

Gander Mountain First Goes Pink, Now Blue

June 16, 2008

Saint Paul, Minnesota – Gander Mountain, the nation's largest retail network of stores for all things outdoors, will begin selling firearms this July in a surprising new hue - blue. The new blue laminate shotgun and rifle - exclusively available at Gander Mountain - is coming to the sales floor after overwhelming interest from parents and youth across the country. The blue addition complements Gander Mountain's highly successful pink firearms launch in the fall of 2007.

Millner Wins Prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award

June 13, 2008

MADISON, N.C. – Thomas L. Millner, Chief Executive Officer, Remington Arms Company, Inc., was honored last night as a recipient of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Award® 2008 in the Carolinas. Recognized for his exceptional leadership role in the Retail & Consumer Products category, Millner received his award with other honorees at the gala event held in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Behn Elected to Remington Board of Directors

May 21, 2008

MADISON, N.C., May 21, 2008 – Bob Behn, former President of Marlin Firearms, has been elected to the Board of Directors of Remington Arms Company, Inc., and will serve as a Senior Advisor to the Chairman of the Board, Paul Miller. Behn will transition to his new role effective June 2, 2008.

Remington Announces Manufacturing Consolidation Plan

April 07, 2008

Remington Arms Company, Inc. ("Remington"), the United States’ largest firearms manufacturer, today announced a strategic manufacturing consolidation move that will result in the closure of its Gardner, Massachusetts plant (“Gardner”). This integration will be seamless and will not affect our customers or our product offerings.