Eddie Eagle Soars Into the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits

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posted on May 17, 2016
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Are you getting excited yet about this weekend's 145th NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits? Here at the NRA, we're looking forward to meeting you and your family in Louisville, Kentucky—and to prove it, we've made sure that one of the first attractions you'll see when you walk in the Kentucky Exposition Center is our Eddie Eagle booth. As you probably know, the Eddie Eagle GunSafe Program is a firearm accident prevention program developed by a task force made up of educators, school administrators, curriculum specialists, urban housing safety officials, clinical psychologists, law enforcement officials and NRA firearm safety experts. More than 540,000 children in Kentucky and over 28 million children nationwide have learned Eddie Eagle’s lifesaving message throughout the program’s 28-year history. 

When you visit the Eddie Eagle booth, you and your family will have the opportunity to pose with Eddie Eagle and the Wing Team himself in our photo booth, watch Eddie's safety videos, follow along with the story books, sing along with the Wing Team and more. There will be fun giveaway items and new materials like activity books for children from Pre-K to fourth grade, stickers, guides for parents and more. For more information about the Eddie Eagle GunSafe program, visit the free website here. For more information about all the events and exhibits at the 2016 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, click here!


 

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