Southeastern Emergency Equipment Announces Launch of 5.11 Tactical Mobile Showroom

Southeastern Emergency Equipment Announces Launch of 5.11 Tactical Mobile Showroom

Press Release Feb 13, 2012

February 13, 2012

WAKE FOREST, NC—Carla Baker, president of Southeastern Emergency Equipment (SEE), announced the launch of the 5.11 Tactical Mobile Showroom, a custom 32-foot trailer showcasing 5.11 Tactical merchandise. The showroom will include 5.11® best-sellers across many categories: boots, shirts, pants, outerwear, knives, flashlights, bags, eyewear, gloves and more. These 5.11 Tactical products will be available for purchase directly from the showroom, which will be appearing at industry events and visiting local EMS/Fire departments, association meetings and fire/rescue colleges.

The 5.11 Tactical Mobile Showroom debuted at the 2012 NC Association of EMS Administrators Winter Educational Conference on February 7 in Wilmington, NC and will also be featured in the Southeastern Emergency Equipment booth #2212 at EMS Today February 28-March 3 in Baltimore, MD.

Visitors to the 5.11 Tactical Mobile Showroom can physically touch and feel many 5.11 Tactical products, and will have access to a fitting room where they can try on clothes to ensure correct sizing. Tim Lawson, Southeastern Emergency Equipment's 5.11 Tactical product & sales coordinator, manages the Mobile Showroom and is always available to answer questions about the product line.

"The 5.11 Tactical Mobile Showroom is a fun and exciting new concept with a goal to bring the store to customers rather than customers having to go a store," said Baker. "I am confident that the combination of the added convenience of the Showroom, merchandising of 5.11's top-selling products and Tim's experience in the EMS, disaster management and law enforcement industries will be well-received by customers and also generate brand exposure for both Southeastern and 5.11 Tactical."

Contact Tim Lawson at 800/334-6656 or 919/935-9185 or by e-mail at tim.lawson@seequip.com for more information or to book the mobile showroom for a visit to your department, association meeting or fire/rescue college. 

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About Southeastern Emergency Equipment

Founded in 1979, Southeastern Emergency Equipment is a privately-owned specialty distributor of emergency medical equipment and supplies, weapons of mass destruction/mass casualty incident products and trailers, and emergency vehicles that currently serves more than 50 percent of the U.S. population. Southeastern is well-known for its support and sales team that focuses on premium service before and after the sale as well as its comprehensive training and education program which offers emergency medical services (EMS) classes as well as American Heart Association (AHA) classes to better serve the educational needs of its customers and the community. For more information about SEE, its products and training, visit www.seequip.com. 

About 5.11 Tactical Series®
Located in Modesto, California, 5.11 Tactical Series®, with the assistance of public safety individuals, creates innovative products that enhance the safety, speed and performance of law enforcement, military, fire and EMS professionals worldwide. Built on a foundation of durability, quality and value that began with the authentic 5.11 Tactical Pant, 5.11's team of over 300 employees leads the industry in delivering the world's most innovative gear, head to toe. By working directly with end-users and utilizing the expertise of highly qualified subject matter experts, all 5.11 products exceed rigorous and exacting standards. Learn more about 5.11's best-selling tactical clothing, uniforms, station-wear, outerwear, footwear and accessories at www.511tactical.com.

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