(TacticalNews.com) – The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CPM) hosts a number of competitions throughout the year. As a federally chartered non-profit organization, they are also in charge of many stores, offices, armories, and other businesses — and they must all adhere to COVID-19 guidelines.
ANNISTON, AL/CAMP PERRY, OH – The CMP has announced the cancellation of ALL activities at its Alabama and Ohio armories, offices, stores, worksites, marksmanship centers and the CMP Talladega Marksmanship Park until Monday, May 4, 2020, due to the COVID-19 virus pandemic.
— CMP (@TheCMPorg) April 1, 2020
So, why does this matter? It means all CMP operations and competitions are suspended until May 4th, 2020 as reported by CMP Board Chairman Judith Legerski, who advised all employees and competitors to stay safe and be smart until the pandemic is over. Legerski also encouraged everyone to follow social distancing recommendations.
You can expect CMP stores, ranges, armories, and other businesses to temporarily remain unavailable to the public until at least May 4th, 2020. But be aware that closures may remain in place much longer depending on how the coronavirus outbreak plays out. CMP is promising to keep a close eye on the situation and make all decisions in everyone’s best interests.
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