Supporting first responders

Underwood Ammo, of Sparta, sponsored/donated the funds to have two Jeep Gladiators to be painted by Count’s Kustoms of Las Vegas, Nevada. Count’s Kustoms is known for their show, Counting Cars, on the History Channel. The two Jeeps will be raffled off, with all proceeds going to benefit the non-profit Camp Freedom. Camp Freedom, located in Pennsylvania, provides “outdoor healing adventures for disabled veterans and first responders, their families, and Gold Star families.” Camp Freedom’s experiences include hunting and other shooting sports, fishing, camping, hiking, biking, nature photography, UTV rides, skiing, snow shoeing and more. To date, Camp Freedom has helped well over 2,000 individuals from 23 states. In addition to supporting Camp Freedom, Underwood Ammo will be making a donation to the Randolph County BackStoppers, which supports the families of local fallen and stricken first responders. As part of their sponsorship, Underwood Ammo was able to take the Jeeps to local police departments for photo opportunities. Pictured with the Jeeps at the Red Bud Police Department are: Red Bud Officer Chris Hewitt, Underwood Ammo President Kevin Underwood and Red Bud Police Chief John Brittingham. For more information about the raffle, visit