HEVI-Metal Rebates are Back!

Environ-Metal Inc.,

HEVI-Metal Rebate

The economy is still lackluster. No news flash there. Doing something about it and putting greenbacks back into the hands of waterfowlers is Environ-Metal, Inc., makers of the HEVI-Shot high performance shot shell. With waterfowl seasons looming on the horizon and waterfowl hunters’ stock piling ammunition, Environ-Metal, Inc., has made the decision to offer a $5 rebate on every box of HEVI-Shot HEVI-Metal sold between August 1, 2013 and December 31, 2013. In addition, Environ-Metal, Inc. is also offering $25 back per case of HEVI-Metal purchased between the aforementioned dates. How can you beat that?

I’m no Albert Einstein, but I was able to estimate the number of boxes of shotshells I purchased last year and then multiply that number by 5. Flashing on my calculator screen was a healthy chunk of change. What will you be able to do with all of this HEVI-Metal rebate money? Well, I’d like to tell you to save it, but instead I would just buy more HEVI-Metal ammunition. Honestly, can you ever have enough?

Claiming your rebate doesn’t take a NASA-pedigree. Rather, simply log onto www.hevishot.com and select the HEVI-Shot Rebates tab from the Main Menu. In just a few minutes you can read and scroll through the provided information and get your rebate in the mail. Start by filling out the rebate form and then place a copy of your sales receipt and the UPC code, which comes on every box of HEVI-Metal in an envelope. The rebate processing takes about 8 weeks. If your rebate hasn’t arrived in 8 weeks, email Environ-Metal Inc’s., rebate department at rebate@hevishot.com. You can also give them a buzz by calling (541) 367-3522. All rebates must be received by January 15, 2014.

So save some money this season and still load your duck and goose killer with the best performance shotshell ammunition on the market.

For more information, visit HEVI-Shot on the web at www.hevishot.com or call them at (541) 367-3522.

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