I perceived a problem in the retail sales field of law enforcement equipment. Most sales people had no knowledge of what they were selling or how it was used.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 15, 2013
Anyone who knows about impact resistant protective cases for weapons, delicate equipment and photography gear, knows about Explorer Cases. Designed and made in Italy, Explorer is world famous and is the most innovative brand of unbreakable, waterproof, injection-molded hard cases on the planet. Now Rex Tactical, who is touted as one of Southern California’s premier distributors of tactical gear, has acquired the exclusive right to distribute Explorer Cases on the West Coast, and is the exclusive U.S. distributor of the Explorer Tactical line.
Explorer Cases are deployed worldwide to various military and law enforcement agencies, emergency first-responders, photojournalists, explorers and scientists. They are impervious to heat, cold, water, sand, dust -- in fact, just about anything Mother Nature can throw at them. For this reason, they are the protective case of choice for anyone needing to transport weapons, ammunition, explosives, delicate or sensitive equipment, chemicals or first aid gear.
“We’re incredibly proud to be associated with this world-renowned brand,” says Rex Jones, founder and CEO of Rex Tactical. “This represents a major step forward for us in our quest for dominance in the world of tactical gear distribution.”
A former ranking police officer, with 40 years experience at all levels of law enforcement, Rex founded Rex Tactical because “I perceived a problem in the retail sales field of law enforcement equipment. Most sales people had no knowledge of what they were selling or how it was used. This is okay when you buy a shirt or watch, but not when buying a ballistic vest, surveillance equipment or any other equipment your life depends on. I started Rex Tactical selling flashlights, survival gear and other equipment used by the law enforcement and military communities. I field-tested all the equipment, and I don't sell what I don't use myself.”
Rex is no stranger to luggage and cases. His father was the first manufacturer of soft-sided luggage in the United States. “I grew up learning about the luggage and case business from my father,” says Rex, who worked with his father at the factory and the luggage store in Southern California.
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