CrossBreed Holsters Connects Through Texting

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posted on March 23, 2018
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In an effort to better service and connect with its clients, CrossBreed Holsters now has the ability to text message customers.

Nathan Engelking, marketing director, stated, “We have exclusive offers for our loyal customers and the demand from the market has been overwhelming. We will be providing special discounts, first looks at new products and a platform that customers can engage with us on the move.” He further stated that, “CrossBreed provides holsters, belts and survival products that are personal and personal engagement with our customer base is important. We will be able to ask important questions for future product introductions and meet the exact needs for our industry.” 

By texting the word HOLSTER to 33222, patrons will be able to participate in this exclusive offer.

For more information visit crossbreedholsters.com

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