DC Project Founder Honored with Gundie Award

Uvalde, TX – DC Project Founder Dianna Muller was honored at the 2021 Gundie Awards hosted by Forge Relations at the Ox Ranch in Uvalde, TX, on January 22, 2021.  The first-ever Jerry Miculek Achievement Award was presented to Muller to recognize her commitment to the Second Amendment and the Constitution with integrity.  

“I’m just beside myself!” says Muller.  “To have the greatest shooter in the world recognize the work of the DC Project is pretty awesome!  I am honored to accept it, but need to give a shout to all of the women who make this effort effective!  I certainly don’t do it by myself!”

The Gundie Awards recognize outstanding influencers on social media, YouTube, and personalities within the firearms industry.  Muller launched the DC Project in 2015 with the goal of gathering one woman from every state in Washington, DC to create relationships with legislators.  Today, the foundation includes hundreds of women who advocate on the national and state levels.

“I encourage every woman in the firearms industry to participate in the #tealfor2a campaign to present a counter visual, as well as a counter voice, to the red shirts of Moms Demand Action,” says Muller. “The Bloomberg machine hounds our legislators with feelings over facts when it comes to firearms legislation.  We welcome everyone to get involved in the conversation at dcproject.info/join.”

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