Author: Big Daddy Unlimited

Originally published on WDTV 5 Written by Madeline Edwards MORGANTOWN, W.Va (WDTV) – Big Daddy Guns called on Protect Morgantown for a challenge to raise money for students in need. The Monongalia County Deputy Sheriff’s Association reached out to Big Daddy Guns to see if they would become a sponsor for the annual Back to School Bash. This provided students in need with supplies for school. Co-founder of Big Daddy, Sherrie McKnight, said she was thrilled to contribute to the community. “We already see ourselves as a part of Morgantown. So, receiving a call from the deputies saying, hey, we have not…

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Originally Published on The DA Written by Christina Rufo Big Daddy Guns and Protect Morgantown, a group of community safety activists, have clashed in recent months over the Florida-based company’s opening of a new location in downtown Morgantown. Now, a fundraiser competition could determine whether the gun store opens at all. In a public statement Tuesday, Big Daddy spokesperson Nicholas Lahera issued a fundraising challenge to Protect Morgantown for students in need. He said the challenge was prompted by the Monongalia County Deputy Sheriff’s Association’s annual back-to-school program, to which Big Daddy was asked to donate. As part of this proposed…

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Originally Published on The Dominion Post. Written by Ben Conley MORGANTOWN, WV. — The ongoing saga of Big Daddy Guns and Protect Morgantown took an unexpected turn on Wednesday when the firearms retailer issued a public fundraising challenge to the local community group opposing a new gun store downtown. Like a professional wrestling retirement match, the stakes are simple — if you lose, you gotta go. Kinda. In a Wednesday announcement, Big Daddy Unlimited Public Relations Coordinator Nick Lahera said the idea was spurred by a call from the Monongalia County Deputy Sheriff’s Association, which still needs to raise about…

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Originally Published on Alachua Chronicle Press release from Kat for Congress GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Today, Congresswoman Kat Cammack (R-FL-03), announced her Second Amendment Coalition for this election cycle, backed by a remarkable group of community members and Second Amendment advocates in North Central Florida. Cammack’s Second Amendment Coalition is the first coalition to be announced before this November’s election, with many others planned for later this summer. “I am excited to announce the 2022 Second Amendment Coalition and the group of community leaders that make up this distinguished collection of gun rights advocates,” said Cammack. “During my time in Congress, I…

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Big Daddy Unlimited (BDU) co-founder, Sherrie McKnight, was invited on to Morgantown, West Virginia radio station WAJR’s “Talk of the Town” radio show to share her message with the people of Morgantown. Sherrie took the opportunity to dispel some myths surrounding BDU and to share her message of freedom and Second Amendment rights for every citizen. Big Daddy Unlimited advocates strongly for Second Amendment rights because we believe that the right to keep and bear arms exists to protect all of the other God-given rights of American citizens. Become a member today to join our community of freedom-loving Americans, and…

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Originally Published in The Dominion Post Protect Morgantown protests Big Daddy Guns as the retailer holds a meet and greet across town July 15, 2022 by Erin Cleavenger, The Dominion Post Protesters lined the sidewalk in front of the future location of Big Daddy Guns Thursday evening while representatives of the gun retailer held a community meet and greet event across town at Mylan Park. The protesters, a group called Protect Morgantown, have been working to prevent the retailer from moving into a new development called “The Deck” currently being built at 1050 University Ave. between Kirk St. and Moreland St. in…

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In Morgantown, West Virginia a local news outlet, WBOY12, recently published a story about Big Daddy Unlimited’s newest brick-and-mortar store location, Big Daddy Guns (BDG). A small group of residents is opposing the store and attempting to pressure the local city council to change zoning codes to prevent the store from opening. More than ten Federal Firearm Licensees (FFLs) are already open and operating gun stores in Morgantown, however, residents opposed to BDG have claimed that opening this new store will bring gun violence to their town. BDG has received much more scrutiny than any other firearm dealer in the…

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In Morgantown, West Virginia a local news outlet, WDTV5, recently published a story about Big Daddy Unlimited’s newest brick-and-mortar store location, Big Daddy Guns (BDG). A small group of residents is opposing the store and attempting to pressure the local city council to change zoning codes to prevent the store from opening. More than ten Federal Firearm Licensees (FFLs) are already open and operating gun stores in Morgantown, however, residents opposed to BDG have claimed that opening this new store will bring gun violence to their town. BDG has received much more scrutiny than any other firearm dealer in the…

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Originally published on The Dominion Post July 15, 2022 by Ben Conley, The Dominion Post MORGANTOWN — “We are not going anywhere,” Big Daddy Enterprises Public Relations Coordinator Nick Lahera declared Thursday evening, drawing cheers from a crowd of 30 or so people gathered at the Mon County Center in Mylan Park. In fact, Lahera continued, the company has accelerated its timeline to open the 1,500 square-foot Big Daddy Guns retail location planned for The Deck development at 1050 University Avenue. “We actually had a visit there today. Progress is going great. Everything is looking really, really good,” Big Daddy Guns co-founder…

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