Press release from Independent Business Association of Wisconsin:
Sept. 24, 2020
The Independent Business Association of Wisconsin (IBAW) is hosting its 6th Annual Sporting Clay Shoot on October 9, 2020, 11:30am – 4:00 p.m. at Waukesha Gun Club, 23170 Watertown Road, Waukesha, Wis. The event is also open to nonmembers.
IBAW Executive Director, Steve Kohlmann, said, “Join the IBAW for an afternoon of fun and fellowship at our annual sporting clay shoot. Come by yourself and we’ll hook you up with a team or bring your business associates to create your own team.”
“Our event is held rain or shine so dress appropriately. Really bad weather? We’ll still shoot with enclosed five stand stations. Bad weather is NOT an issue. New to shooting? Never shot before? We can add you to a newbie team – no need to miss the fun!” continued Kohlmann.
Shooting fees include shooting time and shells, Big Mission BBQ lunch buffet, two drink tickets per person, special networking pizza afterparty, and a door prize drawing ticket.
Registration, shooting fees, and sponsorships are available at www.IBAW.com or contact Steve Kohlmann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsors of the annual event are ITU AbsorbTech, Beacon Business Group, Inc., National Exchange Bank & Trust, jacsten, Hunzinger, First Business, and Annex Wealth Management.
Since 1973, the Independent Business Association of Wisconsin (IBAW) was formed for small business owners to engage in conversation relating to legislation impacting the bottom-line costs of businesses throughout Wisconsin. IBAW is a venue for high level CEOs, CFOs, COOs, other upper management and entrepreneurs to network, exchange business ideas, and become educated and involved on issues which impact their business. IBAW is time well spent!
For additional information, contact Steve Kohlmann, IBAW Executive Director, via email at IBAWOffice@gmail.com To register, go to www.IBAW.com
This press release was produced by Independent Business Association of Wisconsin. The views expressed here are the author’s own.