Company President and Inventor Gregory Fair said that after a few years of limited production and sale at $399.00, it became clear that in order to get the price point of the product down to a level where it could be made available in stores, mass production would be required, which is costly to implement.
Mr. Fair had commitments from several national and global distribution channels including Michaels Arts and Craft stores, AAFES (Army and Air Force Exchange Service), Several Police, Firefighter and nationwide Frame Store Distributors, but they all said the same thing; the wholesale price has to come down and mass production would be required.
Mr. Fair has refused offers to have the product produced in China in order to reduce production costs as a matter of principal – “this is a product designed for the dedicated individuals, (past and present), that have sacrificed in order provide and defend our freedom, our lives and our families, and it should be made right here in the U.S.A.”, so the Uniform Display Case was taken offline in 2012.
Since then the constant emails and phone calls from people wanting to buy The Uniform Display Case at the original price have continued, with comments like “there is nothing like this out there”, or “this represents my entire career, so I don’t mind paying the full price”.
Many people chip-in and buy The Uniform Display Case as a retirement gift, or a memorial presentation.
UniformDisplay.com currently offers the complete Uniform Display Case for $349, and also builds custom Uniform Display Cases!
Their motto is "You earned it, you display it" - the Uniform Display Case is designed to provide a unique new platform for displaying medals, rank, patches, awards and decorations, using a unique new process that allows uniform decorations to be displayed similar to how they are worn on an actual dress uniform.
It’s like a Uniform in a Frame!
The Uniform Display Case allows Military, Police and Firefighters to proudly display their Rank, Patches, Medals, and even their Badge, in a frame and on a uniform simulating how they would be worn on an actual uniform.
Currently available for Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, Police (including N.Y.P.D), and Firefighters.
Available today from UniformDisplay.com - http://www.uniform-
Uniform Display, Inc.
Uniform Display, Inc.