Miles Hall appointed Commissioner
to The J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum
Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt has appointed Miles E. Hall, Shooting Industry advocate and business entrepreneur from Edmond as a board commissioner for the famed, J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum in Claremore Oklahoma.
“We are so incredibly excited that Miles agreed to take this position.” Stated Wayne McCombs Director of the museum. “His enthusiasm, knowledge and over 40 years leadership in the industry will help us greatly.” Wayne concluded.
In 1981, Hall and his wife Jayne were the founders of a multi-million-dollar Firearms Retail and 5 Star Rated Range in Oklahoma. In the 36 years they ran the operation he led the company to virtually every award and honor in the retail arms industry. The Halls had an opportunity to venture into new areas of the shooting sports and chose to sell the business in 2016.
“I was incredibly honored to be asked” Miles Shared. “Looking forward to helping the other commissioners and team at the museum.” He concluded.
Mr. Hall is recognized as an innovator and supporter of the thousands of front-line dealer/retailers in the shooting industry. Miles is a sought-out speaker and written numerous national articles for publications both inside the shooting sports and out and for many years helped retailers develop and grow their businesses all over the country.
Hall fills the unexpired term of the late Keith E. Ballard and his term will expire August 1, 2025.
The J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum is the world’s largest privately held arms museum with 11,000 weapons and over 50,000 total artifacts. The museum is located in downtown Claremore and is open Tuesday-Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm. The museum can also be found online at: www.thegunmuseum.com
Media Contact: Wayne McCombs, email@example.com or 918-341-5707