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N. Stephanie Spika Running for NRA Board of Directors

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Article first appeared at Ammoland.com

Ammoland – Montana native N. Stephanie Spika is running for the National Rifle Association (NRA) Board of Directors.

Spika previously worked for the NRA as both a spokesman and as the organization’sSOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER. She is currently employed by Benelli USA as their social media manager.

“My Montana roots and first-hand experience with NRA members and social media fans across the country make me uniquely qualified to understand what appeals to younger members and those considering joining this great organization,” said Spika.

In the past few years, the NRA has focused on recruiting and retaining younger members. At 30 years of age, Spika fits that demographic.

The NRA has also seen an uptick in female members.

“Women are the fastest growing demographic of gun owners,” said Spika. “If elected to the NRA Board, I’d push for continued support of women’s shooting and hunting programs.”

In order to be placed on the 2016 ballot for the NRA Board of Directors, Spika needs to collect at least 250 valid signatures of NRA Life Members or Voting Members via petition. She has until October 27 to accomplish this goal. If you would like to support her by signing her petition, please email your mailingADDRESS to [email protected]

“As an NRA Board Member I’d work relentlessly to preserve our Second Amendment and strengthen the NRA. The attacks against our way of life will not decrease in the future. We need to work to build the best NRA possible so that future generations can experience the same rights and freedoms that we enjoy today.”

Find out more at www.votespika.com.

You can also “like” herFACEBOOK PAGE at www.facebook.com/VoteSpika.

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