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Bicycle Officer Wins Gear in Well Dressed Officer Contest

July 03, 2013  | 

Photo courtesy of Jeff Eversoll.
Photo courtesy of Jeff Eversoll.
Master Police Officer Jeff Eversoll of the Bowling Green (Ky.) Police Department won a bunch of apparel and gear as a winner of POLICE Magazine's Well Dressed Officer Contest, as well as paid registration for the 2013 IPMBA Conference in May.

"I never thought anything about winning the contest and when I was told I had, I was just in shock," says Eversoll. "I was very excited to learn I would be able to attend the International Police Mountain Bike Association Conference in Baton Rouge, La., as it had been several years since I had been able to go."

Eversoll was very happy with the products he received as part of his winnings, describing the Safariland bicycle as providing a smooth ride and calling the 5.11 Tactical bike uniform comfortable and professional in appearance. He even wore his gear to the IPMBA Conference, where he was photographed with it.

"I would like to thank POLICE Magazine and all of the businesses that contributed to the contest," Eversoll says.


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Rod Reprogle @ 7/12/2013 8:55 AM

Congrats on winning the Contest, you look pretty sharp there. You the Man, gave you a 10.........................

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