Thompson/Center Renews 'Nation's Finest' Rebate

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posted on April 13, 2017
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Thompson/Center has renewed its popular “Nation’s Finest” rebate program for any current active duty, retired or disabled member of the U.S. Armed Forces or Reserves. Purchase one of the guns included in the promotion from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2017, and qualifying purchasers are eligible to receive a mail-in rebate of up to $75.

The Nation’s Finest program was established in 2015 and is one of the many ways the company shows its appreciation for United States Armed Forces personnel with a passion for the shooting and hunting sports. Danielle Sanville, brand manager for Thompson/Center, said, “The Nation’s Finest program gives us an opportunity to give back—in some small way—to the men and women of the U.S. Armed Services who have pledged their lives to the preservation of all that we cherish in America. In order to show our appreciation for their dedication and commitment, we have renewed our program for 2017 and are excited to add additional qualifying products as well. We truly hope that the firearms they purchase under this program help them enjoy their time spent hunting and on the range.”

This year a $75 mail-in rebate is available on any new Venture rifle, Dimension rifle or Encore Pro Hunter pistol, rifle or muzzleloader. There’s also a $50 rebate on any new Triumph, Triumph Bone Collector or T/C Strike muzzleloader. New owners of a T/C Compass rifle or Impact muzzleloader can also receive a $25 mail-in rebate. From bolt-action rifles to front-stuffers, there’s something of interest for every enthusiast. 

Thompson/Center's Nation’s Finest program is available to all active duty U.S. Military, retired Military with retired Military status, active National Guard Reservists, and Disabled Veterans of all U.S. Military branches, including the U.S. Coast Guard. Consumers wishing to take advantage of this offer should visit the Thompson/Centers website to download redemption coupons or for complete details.

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