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Beretta's Project Allegiance Provides Officers Free $10,000 Death Benefits

October 18, 2007  | 

Through its new Project Allegiance program, Beretta will offer active-duty law enforcement officers who purchase a Beretta Px4 Storm pistol a $10,000 line-of-duty death benefit valid for three years, at no cost to the officers and his or her family.

This benefit is available to local, state, and federal law enforcement officers in the United States and its territories. It does not require any medical exam and can be quickly activated by completing a simple activation card that will be provided at the time of purchase. The program begins Dec. 1.

"Project Allegiance is our way of thanking the men and women of law enforcement who dedicate their lives to serving our communities and nation," says Elio J. Oliva, Vice President, Law enforcement / Military Sales & Marketing. "We will continue to invest in Project Allegiance to deliver future benefits, products, and services that will help enhance officer safety, protection, and peace of mind."

To qualify for the Project Allegiance line-of-duty death benefit, law enforcement officers simply need to purchase a Px4 Storm pistol, in any caliber, size, or configuration, from a qualified Beretta law enforcement dealer. Law enforcement agencies that decide to issue Beretta Px4 Storm pistols will also qualify for this offer.

"In addition to delivering a $10,000 line-of-duty death benefit Project Allegiance will provide survivors of a fallen officer free counseling, and legal and financial advice to help them when they need it most," says Christopher Merritt, General Manager, Beretta USA.

For more information about Project Allegiance contact [email protected].

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