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UniformDisplay.com launches new product - The Uniform Display Case. "You earned it, You display it"
Uniform Display, Inc. launches a brand new product called “The Uniform Display Case” designed for US Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Police and Fire Department personnel to display their uniform awards and decorations.
Their motto is "You earned it, You display it" - the purpose of the Uniform Display Case is to provide a unique platform for displaying uniform medals, rank, awards and decorations in a frame using a unique process that allows the medals to be displayed in a manner simulating as close as possible to how they would be worn on an actual uniform. This is an entirely new product and is unavailable anywhere else.
Technically, it is a 2D representation of a 3D uniform mounted inside a frame in such a way that the epaulettes and sleeves along with the upper 3/4 of the uniform body and collar are properly visible. But the end result is that the Uniform Display Case makes for a very handsome way to display awards and decorations.
According to the President/C.E.O and Inventor, Greg Fair, the product has been designed to be the ultimate display platform for all uniformed personnel, and is a great way for our hero’s in uniform to take pride in their accomplishments. According to Mr. Fair, “We designed this product in appreciation for all those that have served”.
Uniform Display, Inc. has designed the Uniform Display Case to be the perfect retirement gift, but it can also be used by active duty and prior service members, or purchased by family members as a gift.
They have designed Uniform Display Cases for U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Police and Fire Departments and also have plans to develop International Uniform Display Cases next year.
They are now selling limited edition Army and Air Force Uniform Display Cases on their website located at http://www.uniformdisplay.com/
The Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, Police and Fire Department Uniform Display Cases being released before the end of 2007.
The introductory price for the limited edition, individually serial numbered, handmade Uniform Display Cases is from $399 to $499. And the price once the full production product is released later this year is expected to be under $300. A small price to pay when you consider that the Uniform Display case represents an entire career.
The company Vice President Gary Johnson reports “The Uniform Display Case has been very well received, the troops just love it” and “we are looking forward to bringing this product to market”.
Uniform Display, Inc. was formed in 2006 and has spent the past year patenting the Uniform Display Case and developing the product line.
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