Potterfields Donate $184K to Youth Shooting Sports

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posted on October 16, 2015
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Larry and Brenda Potterfield, the charitable owners of MidwayUSA, donated $184,000 to the MidwayUSA Foundation, whose mission is to help communities and organizations raise funds to support and prolong their high school, college and shooting teams of all kinds. The donation is part of the matching program offered by the Foundation where donors have the ability to choose a specific shooting team to support and the Potterfields will match that donation. Public and private donations are welcome and will be honored by the 1:1 matching program.

This matching program was conducted last year. By the end, donations from public and private donors and the matching donations from the Potterfields raised over $4.6 million!

For more information on the MidwayUSA Foundation and how to donate, please visit www.midwayusafoundation.org or call 1-877-375-4570.

What started out as an outdoor recreation store in 1977 became MidwayUSA. They have just about everything for shooting, reloading, gunsmithing and hunting, but it’s their great customer satisfaction that will keep you coming back.  

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