TGC Content Creator’s Panel Heads to NRAAM in Indy
By Jacki Billings
The Content Creator’s Panel pulls together big names in the YouTube world for a night of fun. (Photo: The Gun Collective)
The National Rifle Association is upon us and with that brings the annual Content Creator’s Panel. Hosted by The Gun Collective’s Jon Patton, the Content Creator’s Panel rallies top gun content creators from the world of YouTube for a night of food, fun and prizes. The selling point? Patton says it comes down to providing gun enthusiasts and NRAAM attendees with the chance to interact with those they watch on screen.
Ahead of the Content Creator’s Panel, scheduled to kick off on April 28 at 3 p.m. at the Biltwell Event Center in Indianapolis, Patton sat down with Guns.com to fill us in on the upcoming event.
GDC: This event has become a recurring theme each year at NRAAM. Give me the origin story. Where did the idea for this panel start?
Patton: Well the original idea was kind of borrowed from the game community. I’d seen these panels where the audience interacts and asks questions of some of their favorite gamers and game content creators. I thought that was an amazing idea and I thought what a great thing for us to