Tasmanian Tiger Exhibiting at NAUMD 2024 Convention and Exposition

Tasmanian Tiger Exhibiting at NAUMD 2024 Convention and Exposition

Tasmanian Tiger® will be displaying its Medic Packs, Bags, and Plate Carriers from May 5– 7, 2024, in Daytona Beach, Florida.

Knoxville, Tenn. (April 2024) – Tasmanian Tiger®, a tactical nylon line of products distributed exclusively for the US market by Proforce Equipment, Inc., will be exhibiting at the NAUMD 2024 Convention and Exposition at the Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort in Daytona Beach, Florida, May 5 – 7, 2024. They will be displaying their line of medic packs, bags, and plate carriers.

Attendees can expect to see a comprehensive display featuring Tasmanian Tiger’s renowned Medic Packs, designed for optimal organization and rapid access in critical situations. Additionally, its versatile bags will be on exhibit, demonstrating their durability and functionality for a wide range of missions. Furthermore, attendees will have the opportunity to explore TT’s advanced plate carriers, engineered to provide superior comfort in demanding environments.

“We are thrilled to join the NAUMD Convention and Exposition, showcasing our latest innovations in tactical gear. This event presents a valuable opportunity to provide high-quality solutions for professionals in the field,” commented Richard Lewis, President and CEO of Proforce Equipment.

The NAUMD Convention and Exposition is attended by hundreds of uniform, image apparel, and public safety manufacturers, suppliers, retailers, and distributors. The convention provides three areas of opportunity. Each morning speakers and education sessions provide industry information and new ideas to help members manage their business. During the afternoons, business is conducted during the exhibit hall hours with many vendors displaying new products. There are also various networking opportunities in a variety of social settings to enhance business relationships.

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