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USA Shooting Enhances Membership Benefits with New Partnerships

USA Shooting (USAS) is enhancing its membership benefits thanks to new partnerships with LIG Solutions and Gallagher Affinity, providing USAS members with healthcare coverage plans and more discount programs.

LIG Solutions, a division of Lighthouse Insurance Group, offers its world-class athletes, members, coaches, volunteers and their families access to exclusive healthcare insurance coverages. Healthcare is not a one-size-fits-all endeavor, and neither are the insurance coverages offered through LIG Solutions. The exclusive offerings include a full suite of medical, dental, vision and disability coverages, as well as access to information on the latest healthcare, personal wellness and lifestyle trends.

While the available insurance carries vary from state-to-state, some of the companies available to serve USA Shooting’s members health insurance needs include Humana, United Healthcare, Anthem, Cigna, Blue Cross Blue Shield and many more.

Gallagher Affinity is a member benefit and discount program provider to roughly 300 associations and affinity groups throughout the country. Gallagher is offering discounts to various companies including Office Depot, Hotel Engine, AVIS, Hertz, UPS and more. 

Membership with USA Shooting has its privileges and as the organization seeks 2020 vision, growing membership is a key organizational objective.  Calling on the shooting community to join USA Shooting’s effort to help Raise the Flag, membership benefits have grown and been revamped over the past year. More information will be provided to all current members on the new benefits and support programs.

To view a complete list of membership discounts and details, please visit our membership benefits page.

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