Did you hear?... Going to SIA? Stop by Alpina's booth

If you are one of the 4,000 preregistered retailers going to SIA in Las Vegas next week, or if you are one of the unnumbered retailers SIA still expects to show up, then mark your schedule for a visit to Alpina's booth
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If you are one of the 4,000 preregistered retailers going to SIA in Las Vegas next week, or if you are one of the unnumbered retailers SIA still expects to show up, then mark your schedule for a visit to Alpina's booth -- 7012. Rolf Schaer, president of Alpina Sports told SNEWS® that any dealer that comes by the booth and registers for Alpina's drawing may go home $1,000 richer for the effort. The drawing will be held Jan. 31 at 5 p.m. Ahhh, Vegas.

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