In a continuing effort to grow awareness for paintball, the JT SplatMaster Experience made its most recent stop at the 2012 Patriot Games, a Boy Scouts of America event held at Fort Knox, KY. With 10,000+ Scouts in attendance, the JT SplatMaster Experience was a main attraction. Over 1,100 Scouts ages 9+ participated during the 7 hour event, enjoying an action packed target shooting and obstacle course activity using the JT SplatMaster z200 shotgun, a spring loaded, low impact paintball marker.
This JT SplatMaster Experience was instructed by Professional Paintball players Nicky Cuba and Thomas Taylor. The focus of the JT SplatMaster Experience is to introduce new players to the sport while promoting safety, marksmanship, determination, exercise, and building self-confidence.
“It was rewarding to witness the excitement and huge smiles from the Scouts that participated. I think the JT SplatMaster product line is exactly what was needed to stimulate growth in our industry” – Kenny Schell of Asylum Xtreme Paintball in Louisville, KY.
“The JT SplatMaster was a huge boost to our program at the 2012 Patriot Games held at Fort Knox, Kentucky. We were thrilled that they were such a huge part of the program and all the youth were very excited about the opportunity” – Barry G. Oxley, Scout Executive/CEO, Lincoln Heritage Council, BSA
JT Paintball will continue with its efforts to grow the sport of paintball by utilizing a mutually beneficial partnership with the Boy Scouts of America. JT Paintball challenges you to introduce a new person to the sport. To Get in the Game, visit JTSplatMaster.com and facebook.com/JTSplatMaster.