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Elbeco Announces September Finalists of "Every Elbeco Uniform Tells a Story" Contest

October 26, 2007  | 

Elbeco, a manufacturer of uniforms for police and other public safety agencies, has chosen the five September finalists for its "Every Elbeco Uniform Tells a Story" Contest that honors those in uniform who made a significant impact on the job.

The five September finalists are: Edward Kontul, Marengo, OH, Perry Township Police Department; Maverick Campbell, Encinitas, CA, Mt. San Jacinto CC District Police Department; James Fairfield, Tallahassee, FL, Tallahassee Police Department; John Pulitano, Lauderhill, FL, Lauderhill Police Department; and Sonya Allstun, Dexter, MO.

Mike Vasilik, Elbeco Director of Marketing, comments, "These individuals' stories are both heartwarming and memorable," says Mike Vasilik, Elbeco Director of Marketing. "We are thrilled that they chose to share their stories and are pleased to be able to honor their actions." The five finalists and their stories are posted on www.elbeco.com.

Professionals interested in entering the "Every Elbeco Uniform Tells a Story" contest can get an entry form at participating local retail dealers where they purchase Elbeco uniforms or they can enter online at the redesigned Elbeco Website www.elbeco.com.

Additional monthly finalists will be chosen by a panel of judges for October, November, and December. From those 20 finalists, a judging panel will choose the Grand Prize, second, and third prize winners. The Grand Prize winner will receive $5,000 cash and a $1,500 retail credit for their current or past department; the second prize winner receives $2,500 cash and a $1,000 retail credit for their current or past department; and the third prize winner receives $1,000 cash and a $500 retail credit for their current or past department.

For more information visit www.elbeco.com.

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