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DRIFIRE to attend AUSA Annual Meeting & Exposition
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Sep '11
DRIFIRE, an industry leader in comfortable, flame resistant (FR) moisture wicking apparel, has added the AUSA (Association of the United States Army) 2011 Annual Meeting and Exposition to its lineup of trade shows and events scheduled for this year. The AUSA Annual Meeting will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. on October 10 to 12.

"The DRIFIRE team is very excited to exhibit at the AUSA Annual Meeting," said Ana Torres, Director of Marketing at DRIFIRE. "We look forward to introducing U.S. Army professionals to our comfortable flame resistant clothing, which can help them to minimize or avoid serious burn injuries should they ever be deployed in locations where the threats of IEDs and open flame are high."

AUSA is a private, nonprofit educational organization committed to supporting U.S. Army active duty members, retirees, veterans and family members. The AUSA Annual Meeting brings Army professionals together to learn and discuss key topics, and to get a first-hand look at the latest Army products, gear and apparel.

DRIFIRE will be exhibiting at the AUSA Expo, displaying its line of comfortable, fast drying and moisture wicking FR apparel. Among DRIFIRE's innovative flame resistant garments are layering shirts and tops of varying weights, outerwear shirts and bottoms, combat apparel, and head and neck protection items, such as balaclavas and neck gaiters.
"Our flame resistant clothing features advanced, fast drying and moisture wicking fabrics, keeping warfighters cool, dry and comfortable no matter what conditions they face," said Torres. "AUSA attendees can visit the DRIFIRE booth (#4505) to check out our wide range of protective garments and learn more about our technology."

DRIFIRE, a premier developer, manufacturer and marketer of comfortable flame resistant fabrics and clothes, offers garments that provide optimal levels of comfort, moisture management and flame resistance. DRIFIRE's superior drirelease patented technology and its wide product selection have helped it to quickly become one of the leading providers of Comfortable FR Wear.

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