Remington sponsors the US Open, Grand American, & AIM Grand Championships

May 12 2020

SPARTA (IL) -Continuing with their proven partnership, The Amateur Trapshooting Association (ATA) expresses their gratitude and recognizes Remington Arms as a sponsor of the US Open, Grand American, & AIM Grand Championships. The ATA fully appreciates the extended commitment that Remington has demonstrated for decades and looks to continue the relationship for years to come. This year, the US Open will be held on September 9-13, 2020 at the World Shooting & Recreational Complex (WSRC) in Sparta, IL. This year, Remington is sponsoring the 100 Handicap Targets, event #11 and this will take place on Saturday, September 12th.

The 121st Grand American World Trapshooting Championships will be held August 5-15, 2020, at the WSRC in Sparta, IL. Once again, Remington has committed to exclusively sponsoring the Grand American Handicap. Wrapping up the week at event 24, this event will be held on August 15th.

Preceding the Grand American, the AIM Grand National Championships are held as an opportunity for youth competitors. Umbrellaed under the ATA, AIM is the official youth program. The AIM Grand National Youth Trapshooting Championships will be held July 31-August 4, 2020 at the WSRC in Sparta, IL. Remington proudly shows support by sponsoring three major events, including The AIM Grand National Singles Championship, Annie Oakley Challenge, and ATA National Collegiate Team Championship Event. Through the years, Remington has shown unprecedented backing for AIM. Currently a sponsor of the AIM Annual Teams, the members of the AIM All Star proudly don the Remington logo on their awarded hats.

About Remington: Known for their untamed spirit, Remington has helped define the world of firearms for over 200 years. Headquartered in Madison, N.C., Remington continues to lead as an American manufacturer in the industry. In an ever-changing world, Remington always strives for innovation ahead of the times. Understanding the value of youth, Remington views youth programs as the future of the shooting heritage. Remington excels in adapting to the changing needs and continues to expand.

About ATA - The ATA serves as the faithful protector of trapshooting and its mission is to promote and oversee the sport throughout the world. Established in 1899, the ATA is the oldest and the largest clay target shooting organization in the world. This non-profit organization governs the sport's rules and regulations. In addition, the ATA actively seeks ways to further enhance the sport and increase participation. Annually, ATA members participate in 6,000 plus registered tournaments and shoot at more than 60 million targets. The ATA's official youth program, known as AIM, continues to grow each year. Representing Academic, Integrity, and Marksmanship, AIM serves to provide a safe and positive experience with firearms and registered trapshooting for youth members.


SOURCE: Jamie Jeffers from the Amateur Trapshooting Association (ATA)