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Jul 13 FUND SUP Shoot For Hope, Williamston

 13 July 2019 


Shoot for Hope 2019

Senator Bob Martin Eastern Agricultural Center

Williamston NC


May 31, 2019

Contact: Jessica Streamo



Shoot for Hope 2019 Aims to Benefit Local Veterans 


Smithfield, NC — This July, Shoot for Hope 2019 takes aim to benefit Back in the Saddle, a local 501c3 nonprofit providing equine services for heroes. Back in the Saddle will receive the entirety of ticket sales from this cowboy mounted shooting showcase and charity event.


Marine Corps Veteran and sharp shooter Eric Anderson of GunTV and Top Shot will be the announcer for the evening, which will take place on July 13, 2019 at the Bob Martin Eastern Agriculture Center in Williamston, NC. The event begins at 7pm.


“We couldn’t feel more honored to receive this show of support from Shoot for Hope,” commented Jessica Streamo, the founder of Back in the Saddle. “This year, the main event will include fierce competition between the best Cowboy Mounted Shooters in the nation, with the potential for big money winnings. Great horses, sharp shooters, and it’s all for a good cause!”


Throughout the evening, attendees will experience an incredible mounted shooting showcase, special guest VIP appearances, be entertained by Rodeo Clown Jake Gray, shop with local vendors, grab a bite to eat at concessions, and enjoy music from 98.5 Big Dawg Today’s Hottest Country. Tickets are $10, kids 14 & under are free.


Attendees have the opportunity to enter two raffles. Raffle tickets are currently being sold for a prized Fallen Hero saddle as well as for a once-in-a-lifetime hunting trip courtesy of Norte Hunters that includes 6 eared-dove hunts and 3 nights lodging in Cordoba, Argentina. 60 raffle tickets are being sold for the trip ahead of time as well as during the event while supplies last. To purchase a raffle ticket, please contact Jessica Streamo:


Back in the Saddle is a nonprofit that teaches horsemanship from the ground up through an 8-week therapeutic program open to all heroes suffering from PTSD, depression, grief/loss, trauma, anxiety, and other chronic mental illnesses without financial burden to participants.


“The research regarding the benefits of equine therapy is overwhelmingly positive—but it’s an art as well as a science. Our program is carefully designed for renewed quality of life and hope. Just spend one day with us and you’ll see the difference it makes in the lives of these heroes and their families,” said Back in the Saddle founder Jessica Streamo.


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