Based out of Reno, Nevada, Jefferson Company was formed in the fall of 2004 as a local splinter faction of the original A5 Owners Group. They played their first scenario as an official team in September of that year, where they garnered the Most Valueable Team award from their general. Ever since it has been Jefferson Company's goal to attain MVT status at every scenario game they attend.
JeffCo has also been very welcoming of new players in the game. Always ready to lend a helping hand and get newbies involved in a scenario, to tech a marker that is down, and reminding people about proper safety Jefferson Company is passionate about the fun a paintball game offers.
2006-2-12 "St. Valentines Day Massacre II" TAW Scenario Oroville, CA Most Valuable Role Playing Group
2005-09-25 "The Mummies Treasure" MXS Scenario Fernley, NV Most Valuable Team
2005-05-22 "Storms of Fate" TAW Scenario Oroville, CA Mitch: Sportsmanship Award
2005-02-20 "Chronicles of Riddick" TAW Scenario Oroville, CA Mitch: Most Valuable Player
2004-09-19 "Valley of Kings" MXS Scenario Fernley, NV Most Valuable Team
TEAM MISSION STATEMENT:
Jefferson Company is devoted to safe, honorable, and fun paintball; and to the positive growth of the sport. We insist on the highest standards of safety from our members and teammates. We strive to display exemplary levels of behaviour through fair, friendly, and sportsmanlike conduct whether winning or losing. We want to help everyone we play with, and against, to have as much fun as we are.
Jefferson Company is committed to the education and mentoring of new players. By providing information, training, and safety education to new players, it is Jefferson Company's wish to act as Paintball Ambassadors to the general public and make a positive contribution to the future of paintball.
CODE OF CONDUCT:
1. To always follow, and encourage others to follow, the established safety procedures at all events and fields.
2. To treat referees, other players, and spectators, with respect and courtesy.
3. To educate and mentor new players into better players.
4. Have fun.
5. To behave in a manner that properly portrays paintball as a safe, fun, and honorable sport.
6. To continually educate the public, other paintball players, and each other on safety, fair & honorable play, sportsmanship, and ways of having fun.
Jefferson Company is proudly sponsored by:
Combat Zone Paintball
Devil Mountain Sports
H&H Video Productions