Mayville, Wis. – Mayville Engineering Company, Inc. (MEC) announced it has acquired APEX Clay Traps (APEX),
a Missouri based manufacturer of clay trap machines for the shooting sports industry. As a result of the acquisition,
MEC will leverage the combined strengths of both firms to launch a full line of clay target machines that will complement
the market presence of their popular line of MEC shotshell reloaders. The new MEC clay target machines are ideal for
individuals desiring to provide shooting fun for family and friends, as well as equipment to meet the requirements
of commercial trap, skeet, and sporting clay ranges.
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LEGATE SIGNS WITH MEC RELOADERS AS COMPANY SPOKESPERSON
Mayville, WI - Shari LeGate has signed on as spokesperson for Mayville Engineering Company (MEC),
the world’s leading manufacturer of shot shell reloading presses. “MEC is proud
to have Shari represent our company throughout the shotgun sport shooting and shot shell reloading
community. Her shooting accomplishments are extraordinary, and she is a credit to the industry,” said Shawn Wozniak, MEC
Reloader Sales/Customer Service Manager.
LeGate, a two-time national champion and World Cup medalist, was a member of the U.S. National Team in
skeet for 12 years, winning numerous titles and medals. She has recently been hired by NBC to be the
shooting sports analyst for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. “As a lifelong shooter and shot shell
reloader, I’m proud to represent the leading company in shot shell reloading,” Said LeGate.
Established in 1945, Mayville Engineering Company is employee-owned. It manufactures custom
components and assemblies, and offers a full-range of high technology coating
services. It is the world’s leading
producer of shotgun shell reloaders under the “MEC” brand name.
The company has operations in Mayville, Beaver Dam, and Berlin Wisconsin. For more information about
Mayville Engineering Company, Inc., contact Shawn Wozniak at 920.387.4500.