A shooting range in Bountiful, Utah has found a good use for campaign signs. KSL.com reports …
After a long, arduous and often contentious election season, many are more than willing to see campaign signs disappear.
But instead of tossing them in the trash, a Bountiful shooting range is providing a way to put them to good use and help charity at the same time.
“We would be more than happy to take the campaign sings up here,” said Bountiful Lions Rifle, Shotgun and Pistol Range officer Mitch Dalby. “We could then utilize them and wouldn’t have to buy them.”
At about 85 cents per target, that cost adds up. The Bountiful Lions organization raises money and donates around $25,000 to various local organizations to aid those with vision problems. Each donated campaign sign means they don’t have to buy as many new ones.