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Wild Card Spot Open for Original S.W.A.T. World Challenge

October 20, 2006  | 

Original S.W.A.T. Footwear Co. is offering an opportunity for one SWAT team to win the chance to compete at the 2007 Original S.W.A.T. World Challenge in Little Rock, Ark. The winning team is not required to compete in any pre-qualifying events and no previous competition experience is necessary.

Entrants must be on a legitimate USA-based SWAT team to be eligible.

To enter, visit www.originalswat.com and register.

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