Is your family up for a challenge? If you have kids ages 12+, then we found the best St. Patrick’s Day event for you! Engage Virtual Range is holding a St Patrick’s Shooting Competition for Families with the chance to win a Pot of Gold!!
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St Patrick’s Shooting Competition for Families in Medina, Ohio
Enjoy the chance to win the Pot of Gold at the end of the EVR (Engage Virtual Range) rainbow on Saturday, March 14th and Sunday, March 15, 2020 in Medina, Ohio at Engage Virtual Range. Not only will your family have a blast having fun together and the chance to win some seriously cool prizes but you’ll also learn the basics of gun handling while you test your skills in a VIRTUAL IDPA course.
Engage Virtual Range Shooting Competition Prizes
Ever want to shoot for a pot of gold? This is your chance! The grand prize is $100 in Susan B. Anthony dollar coins! Have your kids even seen a dollar coin? They will be amazed! Plus, there is are 1st place and 2nd place prizes of $50 and $25 gift cards to return back to Engage Virtual Range another time!
Grand Prize: $100 in Susan B. Anthony coins
First Place: $50 EVR gift card
Second Place: $25 EVR gift card
RSVP for St Patrick’s Shooting Competition for Families in Medina, Ohio
Reservations are required and limited so RSVP now online to save your spot in the competition! The cost is just $95 for a group of up to 4 people – a great deal for fun with your family – with a chance at seriously good prizes! For the $95 fee, your family will receive:
- Personalized and professional instruction
- Gun safety briefing
- Shooting fundamentals review designed to be help new and experienced shooters
- 60 minutes of uninterrupted shooting time
- IDPA course competition
Play with your Teens
The family that shoots together, stays together. That’s how it goes, right? Seriously, the family that plays together, stays together. Studies show that families that have fun together are bounded more closely. When you have fun and play WITH your kids (especially teens), you create family memories, opens up communication, build inside jokes, reduces stress levels, and have moments of intimacy together that you wouldn’t if you all did your own thing. Playing with your children and teens also offers cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.
I’m a firm believer that if you want your teens to talk to you about the serious stuff in life and be open with you, then you need to spend time with them and talk with them about the non-serious stuff too. Bonding and playing with your children shouldn’t end when they become teenagers, have fun together with this competition. Surprise them! We highly recommend because it because looks fun and trying new things together is impactful. It may become a new family outing!