Leupold "All-American" Carhartt Promotion

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posted on August 29, 2014
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Leupold & Stevens, Inc. is celebrating American craftsmanship with an All-American promotion for its customers. From Sept. 1 to Oct. 15, 2014, Leupold will give a Limited Edition, American-made Carhartt jacket, featuring the Leupold medallion embroidered on the chest, to everyone who buys an American-made VX-3, VX-3L or VX-6 riflescope.

This distinctive jacket will only be available during this promotion and will not be available for sale anywhere. Once the promotion ends, this collector’s item will be gone.“Leupold is a uniquely American company,” said Bruce Pettet, CEO and president of Leupold & Stevens, Inc. “We’re proud of that fact and want to celebrate the American employees who design, machine and assemble our riflescopes right here in Beaverton, Oregon.”

Featuring the Golden Ring Full Lifetime Warranty, Leupold riflescopes are covered for the life of the product. Its Oregon-based tech services team and repair facility will either repair your Leupold product or replace it free.

For additional product and warranty information, visit leupold.com.

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