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Joe Syring Joins GAMO/Daisy As VP of Sales

Gamo USA and Daisy Outdoor Products have announced the appointment of Joe Syring as the new VP of Sales for both companies. The Wisconsin native will oversee and manage the entire sales system for both of these well-known airgun brands.

Joe Syring brings more than 15 years of outdoor industry sales experience to this important position, says GAMO and Daisy. He attended the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, where he earned a degree in Business Administration.

His outdoor industry experience includes stints in sales for Carbon Express, Crosman (now Velocity Outdoor) and Ozonics. He and his wife Lynn been married 24 years to his wife, Lynn are in the process of relocating to the corporate headquarters town of Rogers, Ark.

“Growing up in Wisconsin, hunting, fishing and shooting is just a way of life, and I love it. I shot my first BB gun when I was six, and yes, it was a Daisy,” he said. “I’ve been very fortunate to have spent so much of my life in the outdoors industry, and am tremendously excited to join Gamo USA and Daisy Outdoor Products. Who didn’t take their first shot with a Daisy?”

As VP of Sales, Joe Syring will report directly to Daisy/Gamo Global CEO Keith Higginbotham.

“Joe Syring’s record of success speaks for itself,” said Higginbotham. “He has experience and understanding of both the general outdoor industry, but also the airgun industry specifically. This gives Gamo and Daisy a new VP who slides smoothly into the role and allows us to continue to achieve success without missing a beat.”

Syring grew up in Neenah, Wis., surrounded by great fishing and ample hunting opportunities. He still chases his passion of elk hunting each year.

He’s optimistic about his new role within Gamo and Daisy.

“It’s an exciting time to be in the airgun business,” said Joe. “With more states making hunting with big bore PCP airguns legal, plus the advancements we’re making in high-power breakbarrels, the future looks very bright for the industry. Throw in the fact that to this day more youth take their first shots with a Daisy and we service airgunners from the very start throughout a shooter’s entire life.”