Horizon Firearms and iota Outdoors are pleased to announce the addition of Dan Ziebold as national sales manager.

Ziebold will be tasked with driving sales strategy and focusing on the growth of Horizon and iota’s distribution channels at the dealer level as well as developing key national accounts. From his office in San Antonio, he also will be managing the sales and growth of another Kaspar Companies subsidiary, Kaspar Manufacturing.

Dan Ziebold

“We couldn’t be more excited to have Dan join our team.” stated Katherine Rice, director of sales & marketing, “He brings a wealth of knowledge and sales experience to the table. I am positive that his strong work ethic, professionalism and customer-first mindset will help us continue on our accelerated path of growth and build long-term partnerships.

Ziebold’s career spans multiple facets of business including management, marketing, pricing and e-commerce. He has been a category manager/buyer for Academy Sports and Outdoors and most recently was a national account manager for Plano Synergy Holdings.

“I am very excited about representing the high-quality products of Horizon Firearms and iota,” Ziebold commented, “The passion and dedication the company has for the hunting industry shows strongly in the products and I look forward to being a member of this great team.”

About Horizon Firearms

Founded in 2012, Horizon Firearms manufactures custom long-range, bolt-action rifles that are assembled from the finest components, perfected by hand and guaranteed to shoot .5 MOA. iota Outdoors, introduced in early 2016, produces rifle and shooting accessories designed with detail and precision in mind. Products include patent-pending anti-cant scope mount rings and composite rifle stocks.

Horizon Firearms and iota are subsidiaries of Kaspar Companies. A fifth-generation family business headquartered in Shiner, Texas, Kaspar Companies has evolved and expanded into diverse industries while remaining grounded in the founding principles of quality American workmanship and honest business practices. Other subsidiaries of Kaspar Companies include Ranch Hand Truck Accessories and Texas Precious Metals.


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