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Pro-Freedom Organizations Receive More than $40,000 from Ammo.net

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Ammunition supplier donates money to pro-freedom and pro-gun organizations monthly.

Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America – March 19, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Ammo.net proudly releases the latest figures for its charitable contributions and once again has increased the amount of money they provide to organizations working to protect the rights of citizens, doing so without increasing the cost to customers. In January, Ammo.net donated $2,283.69 to five charities: the National Rifle Association, Second Amendment Foundation, Wounded Warrior Project, Operation Homefront, and American Center for Law & Justice. “Thanks to thousands of satisfied customers, Ammo.net is able to proudly make donations to these organizations working to actively protect American freedoms and the total amount raised to date now comes to almost $40,000,” Sam Jacobs of Ammo.net declares.

The National Rifle Association (NRA) received $1,366.61 from America’s premier pro-freedom ammo retailer, a NRA Ring of Freedom member. Operation Homefront received $109.54 while the Second Amendment Foundation receive $168.13. The Wounded Warrior Project received $613.19 from Ammo.net in January while the American Center for Law & Justice obtained $131.85. “Ammo.net understands America would not be where it is today without the military and pro-gun organizations and works to ensure these organizations have the funds needed to continue operating,” Jacobs explains.

Ammo.net allows customers to choose which organizations receive charitable donations each month. When a customer places an order for ammunition through the company, he or she chooses a pro-freedom organization to support. The company then donates one percent of the order value to the selected organization at no charge to the customer. Previous recipients of charitable donations from Ammo.net include Soldiers’ Angels, Campaign for Liberty and Homes For Our Troops.

Some question the actions of Ammo.net, yet the company states they make these donations to actively support Americans working to protect freedom. “With this program, Ammo.net also works to attract customers who share similar values and a love for the wonderful country we are blessed to live in,” Jacobs continues.

To ensure customer satisfaction and repeat visits, as this allows the company to donate more to the chosen organizations, Ammo.net provides same day shipping on orders placed before 3pm EST Monday through Friday. Customer support tasks are handled by American workers, and the company makes use of an automated inventory management system so orders can only be placed for those items which are currently in stock. “Donations to deserving organizations rely on customers coming to Ammo.net for their ammunition needs. Our company works to ensure customer satisfaction at all times as the more customers spend with us, the more the organizations receive and that is of great importance,” Jacobs points out.

About Ammo.net:
Ammo.net remains America’s premier pro-freedom ammo retailer. Part of the NRA’s Ring of Freedom, Ammo.net continues to financially support this fine organization, one working to protect the rights of Americans, along with many others dedicated to keeping America pro-military and pro-gun. Ammo.net aims to supply law-abiding Americans with the desired ammunition while actively working to protect the rights of all citizens, through the political system, the courts, and the military.

For more information about us, please visit http://ammo.net/

Contact Info:
Name: Sam Jacobs
Email: customercare@ammo.net
Phone: 800-604-1094
Organization: Ammo.net

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/pro-freedom-organizations-receive-more-than-40000-from-ammo-net/36788

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