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Starline Offers Shooting Sports Month Giveaway

Starline Offers Shooting Sports Month Giveaway

Starline Brass is offering a promotion through Sept. 4 in which one lucky person will win a reloading package that includes a Dillon RL550C reloading press, an MGM Targets Sportsmen Steel Challenge 10-inch Target Set (with Hex Colt Speed Plate Auto-Popper), 500 Sierra bullets and 500 Starline cases of the winner’s choice. There is no charge and for every unique entry in the company’s Shooting Sports Month online prize giveaway, $1 will be donated to America’s Mighty Warriors. In addition, Starline is donating another $1 for every order it receives during the promotion period.

America’s Mighty Warriors honors the sacrifices of our troops, the fallen and their families by providing programs that improve quality of life, resiliency and recovery. Debbie Lee founded the non-profit organization shortly after she was notified her son, Marc Alan Lee, had become the first Navy SEAL killed in action in Iraq.   

Since then she’s been featured in TV interviews and in countless articles advocating for the military and their families. Among the organization’s projects are a “Random Acts of Kindness” effort, inspired by Marc’s last letter home. He wrote, in part, “to my family and friends, do me a favor, pass on the kindness, the love, the precious gift of human life.” Its “Helping Heroes Heal Program” focuses on therapies that recover from the physical and mental effects of combat and “Gold Star Resiliency & Respite” is aimed at reaching the families of the fallen.

You can enter Starline’s Shooting Sports Month promotion once every day during the contest period. Share the contest on Facebook and you’ll earn two bonus entries for every friend who enters.

It’s a great way to help a worthy cause, and maybe even pay back a little of the debt we owe those who stand and stood on the front line of freedom. Some lucky winner will also take home a great reloading package in the deal, too.

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