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2015 Shootout

Fun, Food & Sun at 5th Annual Pinnacle Surety Shoot-Out

Over 150 contractors, bankers, attorneys, accountants and insurance specialists had a “blast” with their shotguns at Pinnacle Surety’s 5th Annual Shoot-Out Friday April 10th, 2015.  Eric Lowey, Pinnacle’s president, noted during his speech, “We are very grateful for our generous sponsors including lead sponsor Hensel Phelps (www.henselphelps.com).   This informal get together allows us to have an enjoyable day with a wide variety of our customers and business associates where virtually anyone can have fun even if they can’t hit ‘the broad side of a barn.’  The event just keeps getting bigger and better every year! While networking and enjoying the outdoor atmosphere, guests can enjoy a chair massage, partake of a hand rolled cigar (www.thecigarrollers.net), and pose for a specialized green screen event photo (www.ocgreenscreenphotos.com). Special thanks are due to Jennifer Grenrood who continues to coordinate the event with the help of the entire Pinnacle staff. “

Mark Richardson, a principal at Pinnacle Surety, has been the driving force behind this event.  In addition to the lead sponsor, nine other companies also sponsored this event.   They include  Case, Ibraham &  Claus LLP (www.ciclaw.com), M. A. Steiner Construction (www.masteinerconst.com),  Judge Netting (www.judgenetting.com), American Business Bank (www.americanbusinessbank.com), Endurance (www.ensurance.bm), Berkeley Surety Group (www.berkleysurety.com), Allied World Assurance Company  (www.awac.com), Merchants Bonding Company (www.merchantsbonding.com), and United Fire Group (www.unitedfiregroup.com).

Prado Olympic Shooting Park, (www.shootprado.com – chosen to host the shooting events of the 1984 Olympics, is known for being especially welcoming to both complete novices as well as experienced marksmen.

Shooters were organized in groups of 5 and had the opportunity to shoot two games of 25 clays each while rotating positions after every 5 shots.  Both 12 and 20 gauge shotguns were provided by Prado, thereby allowing attendees to choose an appropriate shotgun.  The more experienced shooters also shot skeet.

But even if you decided not to shoot, as several people did, there was plenty of fun and camaraderie in the shaded picnic area where a continental breakfast was offered in the morning, followed by a tasty catered barbecue courtesy of the Tulsa Rib Company (www.tulsarib.com).

Save the date for 6th annual shootout 4/8/16.  See you there!