Real dealers are still stocking ammo … plus handguns, long guns and all the gear enthusiasts expect.
Independent storefront dealers are still the best resource for putting product into the hands of end users. They’ll be looking to the November issue of Shooting Industry for ideas to keep customers coming back. Here’s a look at feature article highlights:
Safety Products — New technology affecting products in this segment, as well as their marketing potential.
Varmint Hunters — Varmint/predator sales offer year-round opportunity in this high-volume activity, a $100 million market in 2016.
Airguns — Potential to engage new customers in this burgeoning segment.
Dog Products — Sales of hunting/working dog products gives dealers another way to serve their customers and stand out.
PLUS All the regular columns dealers look forward to reading will also be in this special issue including:
Personal Defense Market: Church Security (the first in a 2-part series, with dealers lending their insights on providing practical resources for houses of worship in their community).
Everyday Marketing: 5 Ways To Make Digital Marketing More Personal.
Arms & The Woman: Creative strategies lead to sales — ladies’ nights, fashion shows and more.
Show Support For Independent Gun Dealers. Reserve ad space in the November issue of Shooting Industry by:
September 24, 2019
The industry’s only circulation of “consumer-selected” independent dealers will use Shooting Industry content to stock what their customers will be looking for.
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