Did you hear?... Adventure Medical Kits to sponsor Subaru/Gary Fisher mountain bike team

Adventure Medical Kits will be sponsoring the Subaru/Gary Fisher international mountain bike race team.
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Adventure Medical Kits will be sponsoring the Subaru/Gary Fisher international mountain bike race team by providing an assortment of first aid kits for both personal and team use. SNEWS® View: Clearly AMK hopes for increased exposure in a market for which they've built specific first aid kits -- the bike world. It should get it, at least among the pros as in 2001 since the Fischer team was ranked 1st in the U.S. for the NORBA National Championship Series and 4th in the UCI World Cup.

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