On December 15, Propper opened their new 2000 square foot showroom inside their St. Charles County headquarters at 17 Research Park Drive in the Missouri Research Park in Weldon Spring. The showroom is intended to serve the local law enforcement community needs, offering everything from basic tactical apparel like shirts and boots, to concealed and tactical armor. It will also offer additional services to local departments such as embroidery and hemming.
We want to offer a place where local law enforcement can browse and check out not just our products, including Class B uniforms, but many other LEO necessities such as holsters, duty belts, and pouches,” said Mark Marino, territory manager for the St. Louis area. “We are also expanding our offering soon to include flashlights, gloves, knives, and other gear.”
The next day, December 16th, members of the Propper team went bowling with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri in support of the Bigs in Blue mentorship program, which is an outreach that matches local law enforcement Bigs with Littles.
Propper is the largest single provider of US military apparel in the country, currently celebrating 50 years of apparel and gear to military and law enforcement personnel. They are currently offering a free utility towel for orders with no minimum purchase, through the end of 2017.
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