Brownells 5th Annual Gunsmith Career Fair will be held April 15 and 16, 2011 at the Des Moines Marriott Downtown in Des Moines, Iowa. The industry-exclusive event is expected to draw more than 200 attendees and 40 employers.
Career and business development seminars are again a huge feature of the event with even more opportunities this year for hands-on learning from guild members and industry professionals. Attendees will be able to interview, on-the-spot, with top companies in the firearm industry and government agencies that are ready to hire! There will be plenty of time to network with potential employers, fellow gunsmiths and exhibitors. Soon-to-graduate gunsmithing students, recent graduates, working gunsmiths, and gun shop owners are all invited to attend, as well as anyone looking to start a career in the gunsmithing profession.
Company CEO Frank Brownell told us, "We're thrilled the event keeps growing the way it is and the seminars just keep getting better. I'm absolutely certain 2011 will be even better still."
Pete Brownell, company president said, "The Gunsmith Career Fair is growing into a must-attend for individuals interested in gunsmithing and improving their career. Many Guild professional gunsmiths are there and it's great to see them sharing their secrets. Learning from them can shorten your learning curve tremendously."
Reserve your spot today at gunsmithcareerfair.com! Tours of Brownells will be available on Thursday, April 14, 2011 in Montezuma, Iowa. Attendees and exhibitors are urged to register and book rooms early to make sure space is available.
Brownells is the world's largest supplier of firearm parts, gunsmithing tools, equipment and accessories. Stocking more than 30,000 items, the company supplies armorers, gunsmiths, and shooters worldwide. All of their products are backed by a 100% satisfaction, unconditional, lifetime guarantee. To order, or for more information, call 800-741-0015 or visit brownells.com and mention code PGA
Click to see a high resolution photo of Ron Power discussing pistolsmithing with a 2010 Career Fair attendee.