The ballots are in, the votes counted, and the Clay Target Shootout TV show’s “Viewers’ Choice” competition is now a matter of record. Casey Jones of Texas was the top vote-getter from among almost 50 shooters who competed on the series created and produced by Scott Linden.
Casey was one of the show’s “Young Guns,” competing in the Scholastic Clay Target Program. Almost 10,000 television viewers went to the National Sporting Clays and National Skeet Shooting Associations’ websites to vote. Jones chose the Kawasaki Disease Foundation as beneficiary should he win the balloting, and that organization will be receiving $1,000 from Linden. He will take home a ProMatic Firefly trap thrower and a TruckVault for garnering the most votes for his charity.
Clay Target Shootout is the official television series of both the National Sporting Clays Association and National Skeet Shooting Association. More information: 541-382-1726 or www.scottlindenoutdoors.com.
To find out more about Casey and his chosen beneficiary, go here.