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Did you hear?... Leedom International announces it's back online following a factory fire

Leedom International, a manufacturer of ski and snowboard helmets has announced that it's back online following a factory fire in mid-August that severely damaged its Norwood, Mass. plant.
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Leedom International, a manufacturer of ski and snowboard helmets has announced that it's back online following a factory fire in mid-August that severely damaged its Norwood, Mass. plant. The company says it is processing orders with November ship dates first. Leedom also announced that the company fully expects to be fully caught up with backorders and even reorders by early December. For more information, contact the company at 800-536-6695 or go to www.leedomhelmets.com.

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