Industry Deal: Lyman Summer 2017 Rebate

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posted on June 14, 2017
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For summer 2017, Lyman Products is offering a mail-in rebate offer on select products in the company's lineup, ensuring that consumers get the best deals on in-demand gear.

"We’ve created this Summer Mail-In Rebate because we wanted to treat our customers with a way to get their hands on some great new toys to make reloading easier for them so they can spend less time reloading and more time on the range or on the hunt," said Elizabeth Friedmann, Lyman’s marketing services manager.

The rebate offer launched on June 9, 2017 and runs until Aug. 31, 2017. To participate in the rebate program, consumers can download the form directly from Lyman's website and submit their form and their proof of purchase. All items must be bought between the summer rebate dates to qualify. The rebate form and receipt can be sent into the company up to Sept. 30, 2017.

"Now, with proof of purchase, our customers can receive $25 back per select item bought. All our customers have to do is send in the rebate form with receipt and they’ve got it all – great new gear AND money in their pocket," Friedmann said.

The Lyman rebate offer applies to select products in the company's lineup: the Cyclone Rotary Tumbler, Gen6 Compact Digital Powder System, Borecam Borescope, Case Prep Xpress and the Auto Advance Remote Control Target System.

The Auto Advance Remote Controlled Target System is one of the company's newer introductions, and it allows shooters to use a continuous roll of targets that can be refreshed with a simple push of a button. The target system works up to a distance of 200 yards, ensuring that shooters can spend more time training and less time changing targets.

The company's other offerings are designed to reduce time spent reloading, so shooters and hunters can get on the range and in the field faster than ever.

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