Buck Knives Offers Discount to Frontline Healthcare Workers

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posted on May 6, 2020
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Buck Knives, maker of the legendary 110 Folding Hunter, is offering an online discount of up to 50 percent to all those in the healthcare industry that are working on the frontlines to keep our communities safe during the COVID-19 crisis.

This discount applies to doctors, nurses, CNAs, technicians, technologists, health administrators, EMS and support staff. Buck Knives also offers a discount to all military, law enforcement and first responders through the Service Pro Discount, showing support for those who protect our wellbeing.

“It is with great gratitude that Buck Knives thanks all of the medical personnel, law enforcement, military and first responders as they continue to work tirelessly to protect our communities,” said Chris Brooks, Director of Brand Management of Buck Knives.

For full eligibility information, click here.

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