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Eagle Industries hosts commercial product sale event
12
Sep '08
Eagle Industries Inc will be hosting a commercial product sale event this weekend in which a portion of all proceeds will be donated to locally-based BackStoppers Inc, which
provides monetary support to the families of fallen first responders.

During this three-day event at Eagle Industries' headquarters in Fenton, Missouri, Eagle will have thousands of their commercial items available for sale at a decreased price, including CamelBack hydration systems, vests, gear bags, packs, sleeping bags, holsters, weapon cases and more.

Ten percent of the sale proceeds will be donated to The BackStoppers Inc, a Missouri- based organization that provides support and financial assistance to the families of local first responders who have lost their lives in the course of duty.

"On the solemn anniversary of September 11th, we are reminded that our local first responders put their lives on the line every day for our safety," said Scott Carver, Vice President of Eagle Industries.

"The loss of one of these brave men and women is a tremendous loss to our community, and it is our duty to ensure that the immediate needs of the family members they leave behind are met.

Eagle is very proud to support The BackStoppers in their noble work to help ensure that families can meet mortgage payments, provide health and dental insurance plans to families, and help children go to college."

Food and drink will be provided, and any donations accepted for these refreshments will be donated to the United Services Organization (USO), which supports the U.S. military by providing them morale, welfare and recreation- type services.

Additionally, discounts will be offered to Military, Law Enforcement, and Fire and EMS personnel with a valid ID. Potential vendors are welcome to attend and make bulk equipment purchases at sale prices.

WHEN: Friday, September 12, 2008
- Saturday, September 13, 2008
- Sunday, September 14, 2008.

Eagle Industries Inc

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