Otis Technology Becomes NSSF Voting Member

OTIS logoLyons Falls, NY: Otis Technology is proud to announce that the company was recently approved for Voting Membership status in the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the trade association for America’s firearms industry.  In order to become a NSSF Voting Member, Otis underwent a detailed evaluation and was approved by NSSF’s Board of Governors.  Otis Technology was previously a thirty-year Supporting Member of the foundation and attended SHOT Show for the first time in 1985.

Steve Sanetti, NSSF president and CEO commented, “We welcome the fine people of Otis Technology to the highest level of NSSF membership.  It is critically important in these days of well-funded attacks by the anti-gun lobby that our industry members stand together and speak the truth to the American public regarding responsible firearms sales, ownership, and use of our products by our customers.  By becoming a Voting Member of the NSSF, Otis is supporting such efforts as Project ChildSafe, Don’t Lie For the Other Guy, FixNICS, and a host of other programs which help promote, protect, and preserve hunting and the shooting sports.  We are extremely grateful to Otis for the company’s confidence in us, and look forward to mutual success in the days ahead.”

Otis Technology’s support of NSSF includes donating to the Shooting Industry Masters, participating in the NSSF Congressional Fly-In, attending the NSSF annual Industry Summit, and exhibiting with a large presence at SHOT Show.

Leonard Puzzuoli, Otis CEO, said, “At a time when our industry is under attack, we felt it was vitally important to elevate our support of NSSF and their worthy causes by becoming Voting Members.  We appreciate all the NSSF continues to do to support member companies and the industry as a whole.  The mission of NSSF is relevant today, perhaps more than ever: ‘To promote, protect, and preserve hunting and the shooting sports.’  We are aligned with this mission.”

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