Did you hear?... WPC Brands Inc. extended its contract with Buck Tilton

WPC Brands Inc. told SNEWS® that it has extended its contract and relationship with Buck Tilton through 2004.
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WPC Brands Inc. told SNEWS® that it has extended its contract and relationship with Buck Tilton through 2004. The current director of curriculum for NOLS' Wilderness Medical Institute, Tilton (he's the smiling face you see if you ever need First Aid help at Outdoor Retailer Summer or Winter Markets) will continue to provide consultation on new product development for WPC's Atwater Carey First Aid kits, Repel insect repellents, Potable Aqua water purification tablets, and other product lines. Tilton will also continue to provide content for the company's consumer Web site, www.destinationoutdoors.com.

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