Laura Burgess Marketing Announces $6,000 Gun and Gearaway

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Laura Burgess Marketing has teamed up with its clients in a special giveaway with a prize package of gun and gear valued over $6,000, including an IWI US TAVOR® SAR, Dead Air Sandman-S™ Suppressor, ATN X-Sight 3-12x and much, much more . . .

New Bern, N.C. (October 2015)– Laura Burgess Marketing (LBM), public relations and marketing communications for the law enforcement, tactical, military, shooting sports, boating and recreational fishing markets, is pleased to announce it will be hosting its first colossal giveaway, the LBM $6,000 Gun and Gearaway. LBM has teamed up with its clients to create a prize package of gun and gear valued over $6,000, including an IWI US TAVOR® SAR, Dead Air Sandman-S™ Suppressor, ATN X-Sight 3-12x and much, much more.

The LBM $6,000 Gun and Gearaway kicks off at 9:00 a.m. EDT Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015 and will conclude at 9:00 p.m. EST on Thursday, Dec. 31, 2015 when one lucky winner will win it all. The winner will be randomly selected and announced at the 2016 SHOT Show on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2016. Participants can enter the LBM $6,000 Gun and Gearaway by visiting www.gunandgearaway.com.                                                                                                                                                    

“We’ve seen big giveaways done before and we thought, you know what, we can do that. So, we set out to create the biggest, most enticing prize package we could think of and I’m confident we’ve succeeded. I’m sure the winner of the giveaway is going to need to be monitored closely to make sure he or she doesn’t have a heart attack from trigger finger induced excitement,” said Laura Burgess, President and Founder of LBM.

Laura Burgess Marketing has teamed up with Guns America and The Military Arms Channel to promote the giveaway.

PRIZE PACKAGE:

IWI US Tavor SAR 5.56 Flattop $1,999.00
IWI US Savvy Sniper Sling $89.95
IWI US TAVOR SAR Case $149.99
A*B Arms T*Rail $39.99
A*B Arms T*Grip $39.99
ATN X-Sight HD 3-12x $629.00
CAA Short Bipod $227.50
Dead Air Sandman-S $1,049.00
Dead Air Muzzle Brake $99.00
LaserLyte® Center Mass DL $219.95
Liberty Ammunition Silverado .233 Rem (3 boxes) $94.47
Mission First Tactical Magazines (4) $59.96
Mission First Tactical Magazine Floor Plates $12.99
Tacprogear Elite Travel Pack $454.00
Adaptive Graphx Camouflage Processing $300.00
Adaptive Tactical T-Shirt $19.99
American Gunsmithing Institute Gift Certificate $750.00
Chamber View® ECIs and Fast-Pull Tags (5) $67.50
Gun Club of America Firearms Educational Bundle $295.00
IWI Hat $14.99
Revision Military Sawfly Shooter’s Kit $119.99

 

TOTAL VALUE: $6,732.26

The LBM $6000 Gun and Gearaway is open to legal U.S. residents only. Entrants must be at least 21 years of age at the time of entry and legally qualified to own an AR-style firearm and/or suppressor. Entrants not qualified to own an AR-style firearm and/or suppressor are not eligible to win. All federal, state and local laws apply. Entries are limited to one per person. For full rules and regulations, please visit www.gunandgearaway.com/official-rules.

 

comments

  1. avatar Jeff the Griz says:

    Maybe if the NRA pulls a miracle and the safe hearing act passes, but not a fan of NFA difficulties.

    1. avatar outwardhound says:

      Not a NFA fan either, but for free (or at least mostly free) . . . I’d jump through the hoops.

      1. avatar JR Pollock says:

        Yeah, my sheriff “just says no to NFA”, but I still entered. I can always do a gun trust.

    2. avatar Joe says:

      If you were to enter and win, you could choose to not accept the suppressor and we will award it to another winner.

  2. avatar Paul says:

    They should include a minimum of 1,000 rounds of practice ammo, because the winner is going to be going through a lot of it.

  3. avatar Tom in Oregon says:

    Don’t get me wrong here, this is a terrific giveaway…. (Yup, here comes the ‘but’)
    And I realize a manufacturer will use full msrp on an item for the write-off
    $454.00 for that little backpack? For the price, I thought it was going to contain a bunch of survival gear, or be a well stocked med kit. Nope.

    I’ll still throw my hat in the drawing. I don’t have a Tavor.

  4. avatar twency says:

    “The winner will be notified by email and given three (3) business days to respond to claim the prize package. . If the selected winner cannot be contacted, is ineligible, or fails to claim the prize, the prize package will be forfeited and an alternate winner will be selected”

    So, in the unlikely event I win I need to wade through all the “you W0N!” spam and pick this out as being legit? Not cool. Email is terribly unreliable and has a low signal-to-noise ratio. I really hope they make some effort to contact the winner besides email. I mean, they’re asking for an address and phone number so would it kill them to contact the winner those ways?

    I know, quite whining about (theoretical) free stuff, beggars can’t be choosers.

    1. avatar Michelle says:

      Well, it’s a marketing company. This is exactly what they want – hundreds or thousands of people turning off their spam filters in the hopes of winning.

      (And you can bet entering will subscribe you to all kinds of lists.)

      I don’t have a suppressor yet, but I do have a Tavor SAR; so I’ll sit this one out – never won anything anyways.

    2. avatar Rambeast says:

      Just create a junk email account for this contest. I do this for every contest I enter. Google doesn’t seem to mind. 😉

    3. avatar Joe says:

      We have to contact the winner somehow and we’re not asking for phone numbers.

      1. avatar twency says:

        You’re right, you’re not asking for phone numbers. I mistakenly thought you were. Sorry about that.

  5. avatar Billy says:

    So because I can’t own a suppressor in Illinois, I’m not even allowed to enter.

    B.S.

    1. avatar Joe says:

      You can still enter and win, the suppressor will just be awarded to another winner.

  6. avatar QuestKnight says:

    A non-secure marketing website to enter personal information on.
    Have at it.

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