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SHOT Show 2015: Officers Can Win ESS Eyewear at SHOT Show

January 21, 2015  | 

Police National Sales Manager Susan Freel (foreground) and Publisher Leslie Pfeiffer take a selfie in the Police SHOT Show booth (#11979) next to a mannequin wearing ESS eyewear.
Police National Sales Manager Susan Freel (foreground) and Publisher Leslie Pfeiffer take a selfie in the Police SHOT Show booth (#11979) next to a mannequin wearing ESS eyewear.

This week at the Shooting Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show in Las Vegas ESS Eye Pro and Police Magazine are offering sworn officers an opportunity to win a new pair of ESS Eye Pro eyewear.

To enter, officers attending the show just need to go by the Police Magazine booth (#11979) and take a selfie wearing their most beat up, worn out pair of eyewear and send the image to Police Magazine editor David Griffith. Send the image as an e-mail attachment to [email protected] using the subject line: ESS Contest. Remember to include your name and cell number in the e-mail, so we can contact you if you win.

Your image will be posted in a special photo gallery on PoliceMag.com. Three winners will be selected on Thursday afternoon Jan. 22. Winners will be contacted at 3 p.m. (Pacific Time) and asked to go to the ESS booth (#20543) by 5 p.m. to pick out their new eyewear.


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