For a second year The Sisterhood of the Outdoors (Sisterhood Outdoors) has announced a partnership with Beretta USA as its firearm sponsor for 2022-2023 hunting and shooting events. As a result of this alliance, all guests will experience shooting multiple Beretta firearms and products over the course of the coming year’s event schedule. Beretta shotguns will be featured at ladies shooting events, upland game, waterfowl, and turkey hunts for the coming year. Tikka rifles will be featured on all rifle hunting events.
Sisterhood Outdoors specializes in taking new and experienced hunters and shooters alike on all expert staff-hosted events. Taking women outdoors is its passion. The organization prides itself on mentoring and teaching the next generation lady hunter.
“Having Beretta USA on board feels like family. We strive to have only the best gear for our guest. Beretta is committed to quality and exceptional performance in the field, and we are proud to be able to feature Beretta shotguns, pistols, and rifles on our schedule of events. The youth antelope hunt and the lady’s whitetail hunt featured the new Tikka T3X LITE Roughtech rifle. We were able to try the Sako powerhead BLADE lead-free hunting ammunition in 6.5 Creedmoor. We had great success with this combo. The excitement over the introduction to these great firearms creates new customers for Beretta. We are honored to have Beretta continue to support our mission to empower the next generation lady hunter,” said Amy Ray, president of Sisterhood Outdoors.
“Beretta is excited to partner with the Sisterhood of the Outdoors and support the ever-growing segment of women hunters and firearm enthusiasts as they grow their love of the outdoors and the shooting sports through these all-female experiences,” said Jeff Hobson, vice president of marketing and sales. “Through collaborations such as these, we are able to put our products in the hands of new individuals in a safe and engaging environment and provide them with an opportunity to develop life-long memories and relationships.”