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Drive business growth with rural America marketing insights

Are you ready for actionable marketing insight you can apply to help you reach, connect and convert rural American consumers? Hop in the front seat as you’ll be riding shotgun with Cliff Callis, your OUTdrive host, as he takes you down the road to success.

Dec 8, 2020

Adam Braverman is an accomplished sales and marketing professional, leveraging his experience in a variety of fields to deliver proven results in the precision ammunition business. He is currently the Director of Sales and Marketing for Capstone Precision Group, a manufacturer, importer and distributor of premium ammunition products. Committed to achieving results, Adam demonstrates sales and marketing expertise to create sustainable growth.

Adam, a rural Missouri native, received his bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Missouri - Columbia. Combining education, interest and expertise, his career in the firearms and ammunition industry has included sales and marketing leadership positions with Sierra Bullets and Nammo, a parent company of Capstone Precision Group. He began his current role when Capstone Precision Group was formed as a result of Nammo acquiring Berger Bullets to become the USA's Sole Distributor for Berger, Lapua, SK, and VihtaVuori. Although his work includes brands across the world, Adam’s roots remain in rural America, where he enjoys playing golf and the rural lifestyle in his free time.

Hear more from Adam and Cliff on strategic planning for sustainable growth, taking advantage of new opportunities and building personal relationships at every level. We also discuss the value of integrating sales and marketing efforts (‘smarketing’) to deliver optimal results and more about what rural America has to offer.

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What you’ll learn:

  • How Capstone Precision Group creates sustainable success through strategic business planning in all areas
  • Adam’s thoughts on creating brand apostles to advocate for and build your brand from the ground up
  • Integrating sales and marketing efforts (‘smarketing’) to attract and retain customers and partners
  • The value of grassroots marketing to build brand awareness
  • More about the creativity and adaptability of rural America that appeals to growing and developing businesses
  • Incorporating new marketing strategies while remaining focused on the relationships and tried and true methods such as a simple phone call
  • The importance of taking advantage of new opportunities when they are presented
  • Remaining aware of the competitive landscape to continuously improve instead of operating in isolation