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Today is the last day of our week of giveaways in honor of the 1st Anniversary of ITS Tactical!
Hurry up and get your entry in for this one, because we’re selecting the winners tomorrow evening!!
So what can you win today?
Enter today’s contest and you could win the following:
- (1) Package of QuikClot Combat Gauze
- (1) 2.75″ Guns & Coffee Velcro Patch (Green/White)
- (1) 3.75″ Guns & Coffee Velcro Patch (MultiCam)
- (1) ITS Tactical Velcro Patch (Tan/Grey)
- (1) ITS Tactical Business Card
- (2) Heavy Duty Zip Ties to practice Escaping from Zip Ties in the comfort of your own home.
Our 1st Anniversary Giveaways will follow the same rules as out Reader Appreciation Contest, so for instructions on how you can get your entry in, take a look at our contest rules. Winner will also receive free shipping.
The only change from the Reader Appreciation Contest rules are that the winners of all contests will be announced on Thursday evening, April 8th 2010. You can enter each day’s contest, but only once.
Be sure to read the contest rules carefully!
Thanks for entering and supporting ITS Tactical. Good luck!!
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I thought Starbucks was a really liberal hippy kind of place. As I understand it they don't support the war on terror so I just wonder why the tacti- cool subculture would even go to a place like that.