Steiner Launches Dads & Grads Promotion

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posted on May 18, 2015
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Steiner Optics has launched a new promotion that should make your Father's Day shopping a little bit easier this spring. The "Dads & Grads" campaign (it's that time of year, too, after all) offers 10 percent instant savings on a wide selection of Steiner binoculars.

Hunters, hikers, travelers and recreational shooters alike are covered in the models that Steiner has included in the deal. The savings can be cashed in on select models in the Nighthunter XP, Safari Ultrasharp, XC, Marine, Navigator Pro, and T-Series product lines. The instant savings are offered at authorized Steiner dealers, with no coupons or rebate forms to worry about.

"This is a great time for Dad's and families to be outdoors, and quality optics make any activity more enjoyable," said Tom Frane, VP Sales/Marketing/Business Development for Steiner. "Show your Dad or graduate how much they mean to you with a premium German optic that will last a lifetime."

The promotion runs through June 30, 2015. 

For more information, go to Steiner-Optics.com or visit the company's Facebook page.

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