HOUSTON, Texas – Comp-Tac Victory Gear, LLC., a leading manufacturer of holsters for the personal defense and competition market, announced that Randi Rogers, a marketing professional and world-class competition shooter, has joined the company as Marketing and Sales Manager.
As Comp-Tac’s Marketing and Sales Manager, Rogers will be responsible for seeking new growth opportunities through contact with retail and dealer customers, creating and directing marketing strategies, overseeing website content, management, and design, developing target market areas and coordinating tradeshow activities. Rogers, who is one of the most accomplished competitive shooters with over 30 world and national titles, will also join the Comp-Tac shooting team, making her first Team Comp-Tac appearance at the US Steel Nationals March 30th– April 1st, 2012.
“We are extremely excited to welcome Randi to Comp-Tac,” said Gregg Garrett, Comp-Tac’s founder and president. “With her broad and unique industry knowledge, and her unparalleled record in the shooting sports as one of the best in the world, Randi will be a great asset to Comp-Tac as we expand our product line to better serve our personal defense, competition and law enforcement customers.”
“Comp-Tac is a well respected brand with a growing customer base in the competition and concealed carry markets and I am grateful to Gregg and Comp-Tac for giving me this opportunity,” said Rogers.
“With the tremendous growth in the concealed carry segment of the market, and the important role that competition plays within that segment, I see great opportunities for Comp-Tac to better serve their dealers and customers, and I’m looking forward to helping guide those efforts.”
Prior to joining Comp-Tac Rogers, who received a bachelor’s in Business Marketing from the University of Northern Colorado, worked for GLOCK, Inc., joining the Smyrna, Georgia based firearms maker’s marketing department in 2009 where she handled all aspects of marketing and specialized in event management.
Rogers began her shooting career in the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting where she traveled with her grandparents and quickly moved up the ranks to become a 9-time world champion. In 2006 Rogers expanded her competitive shooting activities when she joined the Team GLOCK Shooting Squad and quickly rose to national prominence in U.S. Practical Shooting Association and International Defensive Pistol Association competition. In 2011 Rogers claimed a gold medal in international competition at the prestigious 2011 IPSC World Shoot.