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BIC GRAPHIC EXPANDS LINE OF MOSSY OAK® AND REALTREE® CAMO PATTERNS

OFFERS A CONSISTENT LOOK FOR INCENTIVES, RETAIL COLLECTIONS AND MORE

Norwood® by BIC Graphic continues to expand its line of Mossy Oak® and Realtree® patterns, offering a consistent look for building cohesive collections of products.

46049_blades_styled_bpThe Mossy Oak® camo pattern continues to be a favorite among hunters and outdoorsman, not just for its excellent camouflage, but as a representation of their love for the outdoors and the hunting lifestyle. The pattern is available on several items such as the Mossy Oak® Sport Bottle with Sleeve (#46032), the Mossy Oak® britePix® KOOZIE® Can Kooler (#46049) and the Camouflage Aluminum LED
Flashlight (#65323).

Realtree® AP camo is neutral, open, high-contrast and realistic—everything a hunting camo needs in order to be versatile and effective. With over 25 years in the marketplace, the Realtree® camo pattern is recognized as the “World’s Most Versatile Camo Pattern.” This pattern is available on three bubba® drinkware items: Realtree® bubba® Envy Tumbler (#46036), Realtree® bubba® Tumbler (#45983) and Realtree® Camouflage bubba® Mug (#45830).

Perfect for outdoor sporting goods such as camping and hunting, the availability of several promotional items with the popular licensed patterns allows retailers to offer branded items that match the apparel and gear offered by Mossy Oak and Realtree. 

 

 

Visit norwood.com for the full camo assortment and product details.

~Margit Fawbush

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