Beretta is pleased to announce a stellar lineup of Beretta Brand Ambassadors and fun activities each day of SHOT Show. We invite you to stop by our booth (#13956) to see our new products, to visit with our staff and the Ambassadors, to take pictures, get autographs, and enjoy yourself.
For details about what is happening in the Beretta booth, video from the show, schedules for booth activities, and new product information visit Beretta SHOT Show.
Here’s a snapshot of what’s happening:
Kim Rhode and Vincent Hancock - Beretta Team Shooters and Olympic gold medal winners will be in the booth to answer questions about training for the Olympics, what it’s like to be on the podium representing the United States of America. They’re collection of medals will also be on display. Both Kim and Vincent have earned gold medals with Beretta’s DT-11 shotgun.
Personalities from some top hunting shows will also be in the Beretta booth each day. Look for Michael Waddell and the some of the boys from Bone Collector, and from Head Hunters TV look for Randy Birdsong and Nate Hoise. Make sure to ask them about their hunts with Beretta shotguns and our Sako and Tikka rifles.
Ernie Langdon will be working the booth and on hand to talk about the Beretta M9A3 and other tactical products. Be sure to ask him for some Langdon Tactical training tips while your there.
If you’re looking for tips on clay shooting and happen to miss Kim and Vincent there will be plenty of staff on hand to talk with you about Beretta’s line up of sporting shotguns. In addition to Beretta staff, Beretta Team shooters Diane Sorantino and Anthony Matarese also will be in the booth. Both are shooting instructors with numerous world and national titles between them.
Throughout the week you can visit with product experts from Sako Finland. And while in the Sako and Tikka area of the booth you can venture a guess at the number of pieces of brass in a special container– closest guess wins 10 boxes of Sako ammo.
Beretta staff will be giving away GunPod2 t-shirts to booth visitors who download the app and show it on their smart phone. Make sure you ask about this digital “hunting diary”.
Tuesday afternoon at 3:30pm Beretta will give away M9 .22 caliber pistol to the winner from the Beretta Bingo game at Industry Day. If you submitted your bingo card make sure you’re on hand for the drawing – winner must be present.
Thursday morning at 11:30am there is a special announcement from Dott. Franco Gussalli Beretta, President of Beretta USA and Mr. Robert Weekes from U.S.A. Shooting about the U.S. Shooting Team’s Olympic uniforms.
In addition to all the activities going on in the Beretta booth (#13956) there are lots great new products on display: DT-11 and 692 Sporting Black Editions, Sako A7 Long Range, Px4 Compact Carry, ARX100 FDE, A300 Outlander Turkey Gun, and the A350 Xtrema, just to name a few.
Beretta will be giving away $100 gift certificate each day. To find out how you might win, visit the booth (#13956) or the Beretta USA website Beretta SHOT Show.