Starline Brass Celebrates Anniversary with “40 Days of Giveaways”

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posted on April 25, 2016
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Starline Brass is commemorating its 40th anniversary with “40 Days of Giveaways,” which will include items such as gift certificates, apparel, brass, bullets and more. A grand prize—a Dillon Precision reloading press—will be announced at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Louisville, Ky.

“We wanted to do something special for our customers to thank them for helping us get to this benchmark,” said Starline’s Vice President and General Manager Robert Hayden Jr.

The promotion kicked off April 12, 2016 and will run through May 21, 2016.

To enter to win one of the “40 Days of Giveaways,” simply “Like” the Starline Facebook page or go to starlinebrass.com.

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