Deuter Donates 1600 Sleeping Bags To Relief Agencies in Japan

Deuter is donating 1,600 sleeping bags to the Deuter Japanese distributor Iwatani-Primus in Tokyo to supply relief agencies.
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Deuter Donates 1600 Sleeping Bags To Relief Agencies in Japan

Longmont, CO –Deuter Sport GmbHtogether with Belmart (manufacturer) are donating 1,600 sleeping bags to the Deuter Japanese distributor Iwatani-Primus in Tokyo. They will coordinate with relief agencies that in-turn will distribute sleeping bags to specific regions in crisis.

“We are a strong international brand that is in a fortunate position to provide some help to the victims of this natural disaster and aftermath,” says Bill Hartrampf, President of Deuter USA. “Coordinating internationally with our distribution, manufacturing and the local relief agencies to get Deuter sleeping bags directly to the people in need is something we hope will make a small difference.”

About Deuter

Deuter Sport GmbH of Gersthofen, Germany, celebrated its 110th year in 2008 and is one of the leading international technical pack brands. Deuter’s major focus is on the development and sales of innovative, high quality and multi-use packs. Deuter’s current strength in pack innovation is the ventilated back system they have developed and refined over the last 24 years as well as their complete line of child carriers. Since establishing a subsidiary in Longmont, Colorado, in 2001, Deuter has made a significant impact in the U.S. market. Deuter USA has over 400 specialty accounts and has been recognized by its retailers as one of the top backpack brands in the industry. For more information, please visit http://www.deuter.com.

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