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BRAND AMBASSADOR PROGRAM
Thank you for considering T1 Ammunition as your choice for Performance Ammunition. T1 Ammunition is a Veteran Owned and Operated Ammunition Manufacturer that has spent years developing and partnering with some of the biggest names in the industry to provide TOP Performing Ammo for LE, GOV, Operational and Competitor’s needs. We believe in Great Customer Service and Providing the BEST Products at the BEST Pricing. We often partner with Brand Ambassadors by providing discounted pricing for those who are willing to represent T1 Ammo in a positive light through use in classes, courses, duty or competition for sharing the T1 Ammunition Brand. Our Brand Ambassador Program will provide you with a login to our retail website that will allow you to purchase ammunition at a discounted rate for use by you or the organization you represent. The discounted rate we provide our Brand Ambassadors cannot be combined with any other promotion or coupon code. We do ask that you tell the T1 Ammo story as you train, practice or compete in a professional and tasteful manner and you tell that story in person and on social media using techniques such as direct links, hashtags, direct tagging and sharing to drive customers to T1 Ammo. We will provide you with product promotion material such as patches, stickers as well as a vector format logo for placement on your jersey or apparel if applicable. We will promote you or your organization as a Brand Ambassador throughout our extensive network of partners to simultaneously drive growth to you and T1 Ammo. We are a small business and our reputation is important to us and we reserve the right to withdraw any association with any individual or business if their representation of our products or brand has a negative impact on our business as a Brand Ambassador. If you are interested in becoming a brand ambassador for T1 Ammunition, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
T1 Brand Ambassadors:
Randy Arrowood is a Georgia native, born and raised in the metro Atlanta area with some kind of gun in hand from an early age. His first competitions involved beer cans from the back porch. From there, he learned the safe manipulation of various firearms and enjoyed hunting and plinking with friends and family.
In 2009, he bought his first centerfire handgun and was told about an indoor competition and stuff just got real. After some basic instruction on fundamentals from some of the local gurus, he got serious about training and studying shooting sports.
After implementing a more structured training program in 2011, his match performances began to improve as well. At the South Carolina USPSA Sectional in 2012, he won his first major match in Single Stack and then at the USPSA National Championships, he won “A” class in Limited. After that, the match wins continued and he reached USPSA Grand Master classification in Limited in 2014. Currently, his primary division and discipline is Single Stack USPSA competition.
- USPSA Limited Grand Master
- Top 20 at USPSA Single Stack Nationals (2015, 2016, 2017)
- Top 10 at IPSC Classic Nationals (2015, 2016)
- Selected for 2017 IPSC World Shoot Team USA Classic Division
- Multiple Area, State and Section Championships
Bill Urquhart is an Army combat medic in North Carolina that has been competing in USPSA, Steel Challenge, 3 Gun, and Bianchi for just over a year and a half. In that time, Bill has fallen in love with the competition shooting sports and has managed several major finishes at the World Speed Shooting Championship, 3 GN Nationals, Optics Nationals and the Factory division win of the NC State 3 Gun Championship. Once introduced to T1 ammo, Bill hasn’t looked back and has enjoyed the quality performance that each load from T1 Ammunition has to offer. Outside of competition, Bill is busy studying for medical school and passing on shooting knowledge to fellow soldiers.
Kristie O’Malley is an 18 year veteran police officer who has worked patrol, narcotics, VICE, Investigations, and the Mounted Enforcement Detail. She is a newcomer to the sport of 3 Gun competitive shooting. Kristie has become a beneficial social media influencer in the 2A community with her diverse law enforcement background, and as a positive role model, especially for young female shooters. She trains with one of the top professional 3 Gun competitors in the industry, as well as assisting him with developing, and teaching, a curriculum for 3 Gun training. Kristie will be competing in 3 Gun and USPSA matches as her schedule allows.
The Mission 22 Shooting Team was created by SOF Veterans who realized that the shooting sports provided them the brotherhood and community that is known so well by those who have experienced it during their service. By forming a team to raise awareness for the veteran suicide epidemic, they found a way to give back to those that have sacrificed for our country. The team is comprised entirely of current and former military who invest the time into combatting this epidemic that plagues our community.
Mission 22 started as an awareness campaign to combat the 22 suicides a day that service members experience returning from deployments. The foundation has morphed into multiple programs and outlets for veterans to combat PTSD, TBI, and chemical dependency. We don’t leave our brothers and sisters behind at war, and Mission 22 ensures we don’t do it at home either.
The Shooting Team has opportunities for veterans who want to enter the shooting sports with their Veteran Shooting Program. Whether it’s 3 Gun, USPSA, IDPA, or 2 Gun, the Shooting Team competes and trains for it at each chapter around the country. Mission 22 also has Jiu Jitsu programs and treatment for those suffering from PTSD and TBI. To find out more or for ways to help, go to Mission22.com. Join the Mission.
Drew Estell is the owner of BAER Solutions, and served for a decade in Special Operations. He has been fortunate enough to serve with soldiers and instructors who were invested in his success, and as such have benefitted from the years of experience that each of them had. During the course of his multiple combat deployments and experiences, he has learned that no shooter is the same.
Fundamentals are a constant in this profession. With that said, each person has to tailor training and techniques to fit their particular needs. Training is programmed to maximize the learning curve and build off of the previous skills and fundamentals. The methodology of his classes is based on real world experience, training, and lessons learned along the way. Everything done on the flat range has to translate to its “real world” application. There are things that look cool, and there are things that perform when you need them to.
The key to training classes is not simply taking a student through drills and telling them what they are doing wrong. To get a student to be self-sufficient they have to know what they are doing, why, and how to correct the problem. The goal of coaching a student is to ultimately make them as good as or better than yourself. To do that he focuses on teaching them how.
Individual shooters, individual solutions.
Erich Leipold is a Lieutenant with the Sarasota County Fire Dept and has been in the Fire Service since 1994. He began competitive shooting in 2012 after obtaining his CCW permit w his wife, after a near miss attempted abduction of her and his son. His First 3G match was in early 2014, after purchasing his first AR and semi auto shotgun 2 weeks prior. Erich spent 5 years filming and hunting for the TV show “Bighorn Outdoors” and still enjoys time in the woods hunting as well as watching his 2 kids play basketball.
Erich’s sponsors include: Adams Arms, Voodoo Innovations, Burris Optics, Akai Custom Guns, Rio Bonito Ranch, Halfcocked Targets, Lucas Oil, UM Tactical, T1 Ammunition, Drawemin Outdoors, SL Custom Gunworks & Juice Plus
Steve Catania is an IT Manager that has been shooting IDPA and USPSA competition for 4 years. Steve has achieved an Expert Class in IDPA and is a strong B Class in USPSA Production and Limited. Mostly a local club shooter, Steve has recently been competing in some state matches and enjoys the competition. He started using T1 ammunition about a year and half ago and has great success. Steve resides in Southern Ohio with his wife and three boys.