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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer and President

Blaser USA Inc


Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Beretta USA Corp.


President

J.T. Muety & Associates , Inc.


Director of National Sales

The Quaker Oats Company


Affiliations

NFL

Member


Education

Associates of Arts

Southern Illinois University


Bachelor of Arts

Southern Illinois University


Web References(12 Total References)


Shotgun Life - From the Visionary Who Brought You Benelli: The New Regionalism in America's Shotgun Sports

Jack Muety
In the back lots of Hollywood, when you say Jack, everyone knows you mean Jack Nicholson. In the shotgun industry, when you say Jack, everyone knows you're talking about Jack Muety. If you ever owned a Beretta, Benelli, Franchi, Stoeger or Blaser, Jack Muety has helped you find the right shotgun -- and made sure you enjoyed it. You would be hard-pressed to find another person with more insight into the American shotgun market than Jack. So when he says change is imminent in the shotgun sports, you have to take notice. He has the experience, stats and instincts to know what's coming down the pike -- and how it directly affects you. He served as CEO and President of Blaser USA for 18 months before retiring in January 2008. While at the helm of Blaser USA, he introduced the company's F3 shotgun to American shooters. With Jack's marketing savvy, the F3's rave reviews served as a springboard for its continuing success. Jack was an easy choice for the Blaser USA corner office. Before joining Blaser, he held the position of Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Beretta USA. The Beretta spot was Jack's hard-earned reward after six years as the Vice President of Sales & Strategic Markets for Benelli USA, where he created the most successful brand of semi-automatics in America. He also applied the same ingenuity and experience to increase the popularity of Benelli's extended family of shotguns which includes Franchi and Stoeger. Now that Jack is retired, he spends his days sailing, hunting and hanging out at his beach house with his wife and friends. And even though he no longer reports to work, he still lives and breathes guns. We First Met Jack Pheasant Shooting We first met Jack at a pheasant shoot on Maryland's Eastern Shore. We thought it would be a good time to give Jack a call to get his big-picture take on what was going on. We caught up with Jack at the Fador Irish Pub in Annapolis. "Right now, in the current market, there are several influencing factors," he said. He went down the list: the upcoming election, a sour economy, a drop-off in new shotgun sales and the decline of the dollar against the Euro. The New Regionalism Jack saw a potential convergence of political and economic forces that could give rise to what we call a New Regionalism in the American shotgun sports.


From the Visionary Who Brought You Benelli: The New Regionalism in America’s Shotgun Sports | Biographies and Stories - ShotgunLife.com

Jack Muety
Jack Muety In the back lots of Hollywood, when you say Jack, everyone knows you mean Jack Nicholson. In the shotgun industry, when you say Jack, everyone knows you're talking about Jack Muety. If you ever owned a Beretta, Benelli, Franchi, Stoeger or Blaser, Jack Muety has helped you find the right shotgun -- and made sure you enjoyed it. You would be hard-pressed to find another person with more insight into the American shotgun market than Jack. So when he says change is imminent in the shotgun sports, you have to take notice. He has the experience, stats and instincts to know what's coming down the pike -- and how it directly affects you. He served as CEO and President of Blaser USA for 18 months before retiring in January 2008. While at the helm of Blaser USA, he introduced the company's F3 shotgun to American shooters. With Jack's marketing savvy, the F3's rave reviews served as a springboard for its continuing success. Jack was an easy choice for the Blaser USA corner office. Before joining Blaser, he held the position of Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Beretta USA. The Beretta spot was Jack's hard-earned reward after six years as the Vice President of Sales & Strategic Markets for Benelli USA, where he created the most successful brand of semi-automatics in America. He also applied the same ingenuity and experience to increase the popularity of Benelli's extended family of shotguns which includes Franchi and Stoeger. Now that Jack is retired, he spends his days sailing, hunting and hanging out at his beach house with his wife and friends. And even though he no longer reports to work, he still lives and breathes guns. We First Met Jack Pheasant Shooting We first met Jack at a pheasant shoot on Maryland's Eastern Shore. We thought it would be a good time to give Jack a call to get his big-picture take on what was going on. We caught up with Jack at the Fador Irish Pub in Annapolis. "Right now, in the current market, there are several influencing factors," he said. He went down the list: the upcoming election, a sour economy, a drop-off in new shotgun sales and the decline of the dollar against the Euro. The New Regionalism Jack saw a potential convergence of political and economic forces that could give rise to what we call a New Regionalism in the American shotgun sports.


http://www.shotgunlife.com/Shotgun-Lives/Biographies-and-Stories.html

Jack Muety
Jack Muety In the back lots of Hollywood, when you say Jack, everyone knows you mean Jack Nicholson. In the shotgun industry, when you say Jack, everyone knows you're talking about Jack Muety. If you ever owned a Beretta, Benelli, Franchi, Stoeger or Blaser, Jack Muety has helped you find the right shotgun -- and made sure you enjoyed it. You would be hard-pressed to find another person with more insight into the American shotgun market than Jack. So when he says change is imminent in the shotgun sports, you have to take notice. He has the experience, stats and instincts to know what's coming down the pike -- and how it directly affects you. He served as CEO and President of Blaser USA for 18 months before retiring in January 2008. While at the helm of Blaser USA, he introduced the company's F3 shotgun to American shooters. With Jack's marketing savvy, the F3's rave reviews served as a springboard for its continuing success. Jack was an easy choice for the Blaser USA corner office. Before joining Blaser, he held the position of Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Beretta USA. The Beretta spot was Jack's hard-earned reward after six years as the Vice President of Sales & Strategic Markets for Benelli USA, where he created the most successful brand of semi-automatics in America. He also applied the same ingenuity and experience to increase the popularity of Benelli's extended family of shotguns which includes Franchi and Stoeger. Now that Jack is retired, he spends his days sailing, hunting and hanging out at his beach house with his wife and friends. And even though he no longer reports to work, he still lives and breathes guns. We First Met Jack Pheasant Shooting We first met Jack at a pheasant shoot on Maryland's Eastern Shore. We thought it would be a good time to give Jack a call to get his big-picture take on what was going on. We caught up with Jack at the Fador Irish Pub in Annapolis. "Right now, in the current market, there are several influencing factors," he said. He went down the list: the upcoming election, a sour economy, a drop-off in new shotgun sales and the decline of the dollar against the Euro. The New Regionalism Jack saw a potential convergence of political and economic forces that could give rise to what we call a New Regionalism in the American shotgun sports.


http://www.retirement-news.com/retirement-wishes.htm

Shooting Industry - Blaser USA Jack Muety retires (Thu, 01 May 2008 07:00:00 GMT) Retirement wishes : May 1, 2008 -- Jack T. Muety, CEO and president of Blaser USA, retired on Jan. 31.
He leaves the company with nearly 35 years of experience in the outdoor sporting ...


http://www.shootingindustry.com/Pages/news0508.html

Jack Muety Retires Jack T. Muety, CEO and president of Blaser USA, retired on Jan. 31.He leaves the company with nearly 35 years of experience in the outdoor sporting goods industry.Prior to his position with Blaser, Muety helped start Benelli USA and was their vice president of sales and strategic marketing.He also served as vice president of sales and marketing for Beretta USA."The entire Blaser organization, both in Germany and in the United States, wish to thank Jack for this commitment to our company over the past 15 months," said Bernhard Knöbel, CEO of Blaser Germany.Muety has formed the foundation that will allow the Blaser brand to be the top choice of hunters and shooters in the United States for the years to come." This Industry News is sponsored by:


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