Wednesday • August 12
WRA Southern Wisconsin Shootout
For more information, contact:
Kathy Kiedrowski | Government Relations Administrative Assistant
$145 for shoot activities and meals
$125 optional Games Package
Proceeds benefit WRA’s Restaurant Advocacy Fund
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WRA's Southern Shootout is a great time to practice shooting skills - or learn to shoot! You’ll use shotguns to shoot at clay pigeons that mirror the flight pattern of game birds. The grounds are laid out in stations; some shots will be easy and some more difficult to appeal to all experience levels. The day includes a full explanation of the game and rules of sporting clays, as well as safety instruction.
A Fun Team Event
You’ll shoot at clay pigeons in teams of four. Don’t know three others to join you? No worries, we can match you up.
Win Cool Stuff
The event offers chances to win valuable prizes in challenging games, door prize drawings
- Targets and Scoring
- Explanation of the Game and Rules
- Safety Instruction
- Lunch and Snacks
- Prizes for top shooters and best team score
What to Bring?
- A shotgun (or, quality rentals and shells available)
- Shells for your gun (at least 120 rounds)
- Eye and ear protection (earplugs provided)
For this event, you don’t need to own a gun! It’s helpful if at least one person from your team has a shotgun and shells, but guns are also available for rent and shells may be purchased on site. And, there are no sack lunches to bring – you’ll be provided with lunch.
9:00 am Registration Outside
9:45 am Safety review (mandatory)
10:00 am Sporting clays - Round 1
11:30 am Lunch
12:30 pm Sporting clays - Round 2
2:00 pm Cocktail hour, Drawings and Silent Auction
3:15 pm Program Concludes
BIG SHOOTERS GAMES PACKAGE
If you like to win great prizes, then save big with the Big Shooters Games Package. For just $125 per person, play the following games and save $115 vs. paying separately for each one. ($240 value for $125)
$125 Big Shooters Games Package Includes
The Wisconsin Restaurant Promise
Enjoy a safe day outside and support the WRA’s advocacy efforts! Now more than ever, the restaurant industry needs a common sense, pro-small business voice at the local, state and national levels. Your support raises much needed funds to educate elected officials of legislation and policies which are needed by the restaurant industry to survive all of the negative events of 2020.
Activities at this event will follow the COVID-19 safety guidance outlined in the WRA’s Wisconsin Restaurant Promise.