TrueTimber is proud to announce support of The Double D Foundation2023 banquet. TrueTimber will support as a Gold level sponsor, donating $10,000 towards their important mission of protecting the Second Amendment and advancing freedom through shooting sports. The event is set to take place today, March 9, in Columbia, SC.

“We are really excited to be a part of this event and be able to support such an important organization,” said TrueTimber CEO Rusty Sellars. “They have been able to have such a huge impact with their efforts and do a phenomenal job of protecting our rights and freedoms.”

The mission of The Double D Foundation is to protect the Second Amendment by growing the number of Americans involved in shooting sports, who understand the fundamentals of firearm safety, and who share the core belief that the second amendment defends the rest. The Double D Foundation is a non-profit organization supported by corporate and individual sponsors. Every penny raised supports shooting sports initiatives through grants, events and donations.

“We’re thrilled to have a great company like TrueTimber become a Gold level sponsor,” said Double D Foundation founder Cindy Daniel. “Their support will help us continue to distribute much needed funds to very worth shooting organizations throughout South Carolina.”

To learn more about the entire TrueTimber product line and see all available patterns, visit Details about future product launches can be found on TrueTimber’s Facebook and Instagram pages.


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