SIG SAUER Aiming for Zero Charity Match Benefiting Active Heroes Foundation

Rachel Y
by Rachel Y

The Second Annual SIG SAUER Aiming for Zero Charity Match, a division of the Active Heroes Foundation is set to take place at the SIG SAUER Academy in Epping, New Hampshire, Friday, May 18th – Sunday, May 20th. The Active Heroes Foundation whose mission is to reduce veteran suicide and assist military families.

SIG SAUER is committed to ensuring America’s Veterans have every resource available to them to be successful when they return from service and throughout their life,” said Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President of Commercial Sales, SIG SAUER, Inc. “This important partnership ensures that one hundred percent of the proceeds raised from the SIG SAUER Aiming for Zero Charity Match will go towards much needed veterans services provided by the Active Heroes Foundation. It’s an honor for us to host this match at the SIG SAUER Academy.

The SIG SAUER Aiming for Zero Charity Match will be a mix of IDPA, USPSA, and Steel Challenge with an Iron Sights division, a PCC division, and an Optics/Open division. There will be ten challenging stages for participants to compete including paper, stainless steel, and falling steel. The cost to participate in the 2018 SIG SAUER Aiming for Zero Charity Match is $95 and registration is available online atmatchreg.com. There will be an onsite raffle throughout the match sponsored by industry partners and area businesses.

Sig Sauer is actively involved in several veteran-based charities (like the Active Heroes Foundation and HAVA)

The SIG SAUER Academy is located at 233 Exeter Road, Epping, New Hampshire. For complete match rules and specific details visit matchreg.com.

About Active Heroes Foundation:

After a devastating loss to his family from the suicide of his grandfather Joseph Leake, a WWII veteran, Troy Yocum created the Active Heroes Foundation. The program behind the foundation works to identify the specific triggers and incidents which may result in suicide in veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Active Heroes now has programs in all 50 states and even regional programs.

To learn more about the Active Heroes Foundation, visit their website: https://activeheroes.org

Press release content provided by Sig Sauer.

The Active Heroes Foundation HostsNational Activities, Peer Support and Resources for Military Heroes and Their Families.
Rachel Y
Rachel Y

Rachel Young is a 4x Best Selling Author. She and her husband John co-own an FFL/SOT showroom and machine shop in Tennessee, specializing in ARs, AR parts, and AR accessories.

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