St. Paul, MN (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
Shoppers of The Guide®’s popular HQ™ Military Surplus catalog were recently introduced to the new HQ ISSUE™ brand - and its cutting edge, big-value line of rigorously-tested tactical gear and clothing. This line-up of military-inspired BDU clothing, flashlights, tents, knives and more leads the way for a much larger deployment of the brand in the Spring of ‘13.
A full selection of HQ ISSUE™ products is also available online at SportsmansGuide.com.
“The success of the Military Surplus category for us over the years is easily explained,” says Jay Berlin, CEO of The Sportsman’s Guide. “Our customers are looking for reliable, field-tested products for outdoor and every day use, at a guaranteed lowest price.”
“And that’s what makes the introduction of HQ ISSUE™ so exciting… for us and our customers,” continues Berlin. “Every item boasting our HQ ISSUE™ label is specifically designed to bring that same sort of ‘military-tough, value-priced’ quality to brand new tactical-style gear and clothing.”
Located in Minnesota, the “Land of 10,000 Lakes,” The Sportsman’s Guide® has been outfitting the nation’s outdoorsmen and women with big name, discount-priced outdoor gear and clothing since mailing its first catalog in 1977. The Guide® has long been noted for discount prices, a huge selection, fast shipping, courteous hassle-free service and the strongest guarantee of satisfaction in the business.
About The Sportsman’s Guide
The Sportsman's Guide® is a premier sporting goods brand offering hunting gear, ammunition and shooting supplies, camping and outdoor gear, electronics, military surplus, boating and fishing gear, items for home, garden and patio, footwear, clothing and workwear (large sizes included)…if it has anything to do with the outdoors or your home, you can find it at The Sportsman’s Guide, for less than anywhere else. The Sportsman’s Guide has three specialty websites: BargainOutfitters.com, BoatingSavings.com and TruckMonkey.com.
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