Ohio's Chris Cerino Makes it to Final Four on Reality Show
It started with 16 now there are four. After nine episodes of The History Channel's Top Shot series one of Northern Ohio's own law enforcement professionals Chris Cerino is still on target the first America's Top Shot. Join Ohio's only representative in this first of its kind reality TV show and competition.
This husband, father of two sons, scoutmaster, hunter education instructor and law enforcement/military firearms instructor has withstood the test against some of the nation's top firearms competitors thus far. August 15 it comes to a head with one person being crowned America's Top Shot and earning the winner take all prize of $100,000.
Bow & arrows, sling shots, throwing knives, 200 year old flintlock rifles and modern firearms; they've used them all. Chris has excelled with the western revolver and WW II rifles alike. Just about every weapons system over the last 250 years has been used at some point during the series.
Join the Cerino Family and friends at Cleats (469 College St.) in Wadsworth for the two hour season finale. Win lose or draw this will be a bitter sweet special day for the Cerino's as it also marks the anniversary of their house being destroyed by fire. They will be moving into the newly rebuilt house just a couple of days prior to the last show. A day of celebration regardless of the show out come.
Chris, his wife Michelle and other family members will be available for interviews at Cleats.
Chris will also be available for phone/radio interviews the week prior to episode 10 as work permits. A special photo/video opportunity with Chris on the shooting range will be available on August 10 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the Wadsworth Police Department Range. Members of the media will be given the opportunity to try their hand at target shooting.
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