From the USPSA Press Release:
SEDRO-WOOLLEY, Wash. — The Scholastic Steel Challenge (SSC) has partnered with another firearms industry leader, electronic hearing protection manufacturer EHP, to offer SSC participants significant savings on the entire EHP line of products.
EHP is the latest company to sign on to support the new youth shooting program, and as an SSC partner, will offer a 40% discount off the retail price on any EHP product which includes sizes for junior and adult shooters.
The Scholastic Steel Challenge is a national team-oriented youth shooting program developed by the Steel Challenge Shooting Association (SCSA) and funded in part by a grant from the National Shooting Sports Foundation. The program is open to young men and women ages 12 to 20 and offers them the opportunity to compete as a four person team for a national title in the action pistol discipline of speed shooting.
Already the program has received support from the National Shooting Sports Foundation, Smith & Wesson, the Outdoor Wire Digital Network, Glock, Action Target and EOTAC which have committed over $150,000 in funding and product.
“The Scholastic Steel Challenge is an important new initiative to bring young people into the exciting world of the shooting sports, which is why EHP has committed to supporting the program. Any shooter will tell you that protecting your hearing is a key component of the overall safety and enjoyment of the shooting sports and we’re proud to help SSC participants safeguard their hearing on the range today and in the future,” said Denny Snyder, president of EHP.
“Protecting the hearing of our young shooters is so important and we’re very pleased to partner with EHP to do just that,” said Scott Moore, director of SSC. “EHP offers a wide range of electronic hearing protection that parents can count on for the safety of their children, and at a price families can reach.”
For more information on the entire EHP product line please visit www.ehphearing.com. For more information on the Scholastic Steel Challenge, and the Steel Challenge Shooting Association, please visit www.ScholasticSteelChallenge.com.