The Aiken Chamber will be firing off it second Blastin’ for Business Clay Shoot at Palmetto Shooting Complex, a premier shooting destina­tion operated by the National Wild Turkey Federation.

The event will be held March 17 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. All skill levels are wel­come to join this fun and ex­citing day of networking and team building.

Often referred to as golf­ing with a gun, the Blastin’ for Business Clay Shoot will start the day with a “flurry shoot”. A ‘flurry’ begins at the call of “pull” and five clay targets are all traveling towards and over the shoot­ing stations, like a covey of birds would rise. A target is then released from one of five traps until 50 birds have been launched in about a minute.

After the flurry shoot, teams will depart via golf carts to the fully automated clays course among the pine trees to shoot at clay pigeons and network with the station sponsors.

A pint or two of green beer and a barbecue lunch from Buckwheat’s will be ready and waiting for every shooter at the awards ceremony along with trophies and awards for the top teams.

Ryan Reynolds of H. G. Reynolds Company, Inc. participated in the inaugural event and had this to say about the event, “The Blastin’ for Business Clay Shoot pro­vides an incredible venue and networking opportunity for those outdoor sports enthusi­asts who might otherwise not share the same enthusiasm for traditional golfing. Palmetto Shooting Complex is a first class facility all the way.”

The cost for a team of five is $625. The package in­cludes use of a golf cart, am­mo, 100 targets, lunch from Buckwheat’s BBQ & Cater­ing followed by the awards ceremony with cash prizes.

To make reservations or to inquire about sponsorships, please contact Emily Murphy at 803. 645.0144 or emurphy@aikenchamber.net.



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