Ms. Sweatte will be our voice, standing up to correct the record and promote our industry’s efforts to ensure people’s rights to protect their families
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) April 21, 2016
Poway Weapons & Gear (PWG), one of the nation’s largest indoor gun ranges and California’s only 5-star rated range, has brought Natasha Sweatte on board to create a voice for the company that will not only help represent PWG throughout social media but also adds a significant voice to representing the firearms industry and the people’s right to self-protection. For more information, please visit http://www.weaponsandgearrange.com.
Ms. Sweatte brings over a decade in the broadcast news industry and will utilize her talents and experience of storytelling to help convey a message rarely told. Every day there are efforts to portray firearm use in a negative light, and PWG is making the commitment to have the talent who will be able to stand up and be a voice for those who believe that the right to bear arms and protect their families is a God-given right.
John Phillips, Founder and President of Poway Weapons & Gear, summarized his vision and excitement at the addition of Ms. Sweatte to the PWG team: “Our industry is represented by national non-profit organizations, politicians and pundits, many of whom have never actually worked in the firearms industry. We as owners and operators need to have our own voice, capable of not only encouraging and promoting how we help empower people in protecting their families but to be able to speak up and stand toe-to-toe with those in the public domain who are making accusations that are unfounded and frankly, misleading. Ms. Sweatte will be our voice, standing up to correct the record and promote our industry’s efforts to ensure people’s rights to protect their families.”
Sweatte adds, “I’m looking forward to empowering women and men alike who didn’t grow up around guns. We all have a story to tell and we all have a right to do so. I can’t wait to uncover more gun-related situations you wouldn’t normally hear on the airwaves. I embrace the chance to open up the conversation and look forward to speaking to the media about the significance of public safety. The stigma around guns continues to linger, and I hope we can help separate fact from fiction.”
Even Sweatte has a story to tell. She opens up about why she’s a huge proponent of the Second Amendment because once upon a time, her right to personal safety was taken away from her, and the police were unable and unwilling to do anything about it. For Sweatte, it wasn’t a choice she ever wanted to make, but now, by sharing her story, she’s hoping to help others feel confident in knowing they have the right to protect themselves and their families or loved ones against victimization.
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