9th Annual Clay Shoot Hosted by American Constructors

October 29, 2021

American Constructors recently hosted the 9th Annual Clay Shoot benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Austin Area (BGCAA).

The shoot raised $70,000 for the BGCAA. This marks the largest donation our company has ever made to the BGCAA from a single clay shoot.

“The things we are able to do with our kids and for the kids we serve here in the Austin area are so impactful because of the funds raised and the support we get through this event and others,” Misti Potter, CEO of BGCAA said.

Twenty-seven teams joined American Constructors at Capital City Clays on October 1 for a day of fun in the sun. Participants spent the afternoon competing on two clay shoot courses. At the conclusion of the competition, attendees gathered for dinner and a door prize raffle.

The success of this event wouldn’t be possible without our friends and partners who helped us pull everything off! With their generosity, we were able to support the Boys and Girls Club of the Austin Area’s mission of creating Great Futures for every child in our community. Event proceeds directly benefit Austin’s youth, providing effective development programs that result in higher school attendance, graduation rates and likelihood of attending college.

We’d like to give a special thanks to our 9th Annual Clay Shoot platinum sponsors:

We’d also like to congratulate our 9th Annual Clay Shoot winning teams:

First Place: Rockin C Ranch

  • Jerry Conway
  • Tim Wilhelm
  • Jeff Boyd (Western Stain Co)
  • Brian Hill
  • Phillip Tom (Tom Brothers Ranch)

Second Place: Allied Electrical

  • Brian Walker
  • Cody Tillotson
  • Grant Sonnier
  • Sam Larkin (GlassMart Inc.)
  • Jonathan Saenz (American Constructors)

Third Place: Vanguard Fire Systems

  • Thomas Wilson
  • Amy Thomas
  • Mitchell Franklin (Texas Air)
  • Rick Ainsworth
  • Cy Liberstat

Event History

The inaugural American Constructor’s Charity Clay Shoot was held in 2012. Since then, the event has helped American Constructors donate more than $400,000 to the BGCAA. For more information about the event and to find out dates for the next shoot, visit acclayshoot.com or americanconstructors.com/foundation.