Walther Arms Launches HEROES VIP Discount Program

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posted on May 3, 2020
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Across the country, firearm and accessory manufacturers have worked within state health guidelines in order to provide a steady stream of guns for those looking to protect themselves and their families in uncertain times, as many are, according to recent NICS numbers.

Companies have also donated time, money and manufacturing space to provide healthcare workers, first responders and essential personnel with the supplies they need to continue working during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, Walther Arms is looking to reward these front-line workers with its HEROES VIP program.

"Over the last several weeks, we have witnessed the countless hours of hard work to keep our families safe and our country moving forward," said Adam Blalock, CEO of Walther Arms, Inc. "We have all seen examples of real-life heroes at work. That is why we wanted to extend special pricing for our heroes that have dedicated their time to helping others."

This limited program is open to all first responders, hospital personnel and essential workers and will run to May 25, 2020. To qualify for the program, consumers need only send in a copy of their credentials along with the HEROES VIP form found at waltherarms.com/industry-vip-program/.

A limited number of Walther Arms factory offerings are included under the HEROES VIP deal. One gun offered under the discount is the CCP M2 chambered in .380 ACP, which retails normally at a suggested MSRP of $469. Under the VIP pricing program, the gun sells for $320.

For more information on the VIP program and other offerings from Walther Arms, visit waltherarms.com.

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