Henry Repeating Arms Benefits Ronald McDonald House Charities

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posted on December 21, 2015
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It's the time of year when we reflect on all of the blessings we've been given, and make room in our hearts for those less fortunate. That's why it's such a natural choice for Henry Repeating Arms, the company that has been manufacturing reliable lever-action rifles since 1860, to partner with the Kids & Clays Foundation to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities, which gives critically ill children and their families assistance across the USA.

"We are honored to be working with Kids & Clays and their ultimate mission of helping children and their families when they need it most," said Henry Repeating Arms President Anthony Imperato. "Our company's mission is to help Americans through not only our fine, domestically made products, but also through donating our time, efforts and funds to worthy causes. Kids & Clays is certainly one such cause."


Henry has generously donated 100 Henry Golden Boy Silver rifles with a special Kids & Clays logo and custom serial number which will be featured at all 2016 Kids & Clays/Ronald McDonald House sporting clay events. In addition to the colorful logo on the American Walnut buttstock, an elegant scrollwork design with K&C insignia is hand-engraved by Baron Technology on to these limited-edition lever-action rifles. All proceeds from the events will help Ronald McDonald House continue to improve the lives of children and their families.

To find an event near you, visit www.kidsanclays.com. They are also available at select retailers around the country.

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