(McLean, VA – April 24, 2018) FN America, LLC is pleased to announce that the company plans to exhibit at the 147th NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits, May 4 – 6, 2018, at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, Texas.

During exhibit hall hours, the company plans to display its most popular consumer firearms, like the FN 509 and FN Military Collector Series, alongside its military heritage with a FN machine gun-equipped helicopter at its booth.

While viewing FN’s battle-proven firearms line-up, attendees can enjoy a cup of Black Rifle Coffee Company’s premium, small batch roasts being served daily from the FN Booth and are encouraged to take a selfie at the FN booth and share it, using the hashtag #FNFirearms for a chance to be featured on FN’s social media channels.

Additionally, bags of the special-release FN SCAR Mission Adaptable Blend, signed by four-time Super Bowl Champion and placekicker for the Indianapolis Colts, Adam Vinatieri, will be given away to the first 250 people in line on Saturday, May 5 from 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Central and Sunday, May 6 from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Central. Limit one bag of coffee per person per family or group.

Lastly, in support of NRA’s key events, FN has donated several firearms, including the FN M249S and FNS-9 Compact, that will be featured and available for bids at the NRA Foundation Banquet and Auction, NRA Women’s Leadership Forum and the annual NRA-ILA Auction and Dinner.

To learn more, please visit us at Booth #7733 at the 2018 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits or visit us online at www.fnamerica.com.

THE WORLD’S MOST BATTLE-PROVEN FIREARMS.® | FN America, LLC, is a U.S. subsidiary of FN Herstal, S.A., a global leader in the development and manufacturing of high quality, reliable firearms for military, law enforcement and commercial customers worldwide. Headquartered in McLean, Virginia with manufacturing operations in Columbia, South Carolina, FN America is passionately committed to providing its customers with a portfolio of products, training and support services under the FN brand name that enhance their performance and safeguard their lives.

Black Rifle Coffee Company | Black Rifle Coffee Company is a premium small batch, roast-to-order, veteran-owned coffee company. At BRCC, we import high-quality coffee beans from Colombia and Brazil, then blend and carefully roast each of our coffees with extreme attention to detail. Our goal at BRCC is to deliver the best customer experience, serve premium coffee to the freedom-loving customer, and honor those who protect, defend, and support our communities.

Adam Vinatieri | Adam Vinatieri #4 is an placekicker for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League (NFL). He has played in five Super Bowls: four with the New England Patriots and one with the Colts. Adam won Super Bowls in 2001, 2003, and 2004 with the Patriots, as well as in 2006 with the Colts. Among placekickers, he holds NFL records for most Super Bowl appearances (5) and most Super Bowl wins (4). He also holds NFL records, among all players, for most postseason points scored (234), and most overtime field goals made (12). He is the only player ever to score 1,000 points with two different teams. As of the 2017 season, Adam, 45, is the oldest active player in the NFL. Adam has converted the 2nd most field-goals in NFL history (553) as well as attempted the 3rd most field-goals in NFL history (655). In the 2018 football season, Adam looks to break yet another record and pass Mort Anderson who has the all-time scoring record with 2,544 points. Adam goes into the 2018 season with 2,487 points, needing 58 points to break the record!

Adam has been called “Mr. Clutch” by the media due to his reputation for success when kicking under pressure during his tenure in the NFL. Nicknamed “Automatic Adam” for his accuracy, and “Iceman” for his poise under pressure, Adam has converted several of the most crucial field goals in NFL history, including the game-tying and winning kicks in blizzard conditions in the famous “Tuck Rule Game“, and game-winning kicks in the final seconds of two Super Bowls ( XXXVI and XXXVIII).