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April 4, 2012 |
Purchase A Browning, Put the Sales Tax Back in Your Pocket

Uncle Sam has picked your pocket all year long; now is the time to take advantage of Browning's tax relief offer.

Purchase a new Browning firearm at retail from April 1, 2012 thru April 30, 2012 and Browning will reimburse you up to 8% in U.S. funds for the $ales tax. See your dealer before this offer, like your tax refund, is history. (Offer excludes Buck Mark and 1911-22 pistols. Offer only available in the U.S.)

For example, if you spend $1,000 and pay 8% sales tax, you can get $80 back from Browning - that's like getting an 8% discount.

It's easy -- here's how it works for you:
Click here to download and print a copy of the "Browning Tax Relief" program flyer or click on this link.
Purchase any new Browning firearm from a Preferred Browning dealer (Offer excludes Buck Mark Pistol and 1911-22 pistols).
Make your purchase starting April 1, 2012 through April 30, 2012 at your Browning dealer.
Make or get a copy of your receipt.
When you get home, fill out the Tax Relief program coupon and send it in to Browning.
It's that easy!

If you purchase your new Browning in a "no sales tax" state, send in your coupon for special consideration.

Offer valid only on the consumer retail purchase of a new Browning firearm (offer excludes Buck Mark and 1911-22 pistols) purchased between April 1, 2012 and April 30, 2012. To qualify for your sales tax reimbursement (up to a maximum refund of 8% of the purchase price as determined by the sales tax paid at the time your purchase was made as documented on your dated sales receipt) this coupon must be filled out completely and returned to Browning with the supporting documents as listed, postmarked no later than midnight May 15, 2012. Browning employees, Browning sales representatives, authorized Browning dealers and their sales staff, and members of their immediate families are not eligible for this promotion. Limited to one offer per person. Offer valid in the United States only. All purchasers must be citizens or legal residents of the United States.
Scott Grange

Paul Thompson