Did you hear?... Pioneer Sports to take over distribution of Toko Alpine Wax and Tools

Pioneer Sports is taking over the distribution of Toko Alpine Wax and Tools from Wintersteiger USA.
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Pioneer Sports is taking over the distribution of Toko Alpine Wax and Tools from Wintersteiger USA. This comes after a decision between Wintersteiger in Austria and Toko Switzerland to part ways worldwide. Pioneer Sports will be accepting pre-season orders for the 2002/2003 season in Las Vegas and ASAP orders beginning April 1, 2002. Wintersteiger USA will continue sales, marketing, and service relating to Toko Alpine Wax and Tools during the re-order season through the end of March 2002.

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