F.A.B. Offers Special Pricing at NBS 2020
Northbrook, IL. – (ArmsVault) – The F.A.B. team is staying true to their motto by keeping it real at the 2020 NBS show in Fort Worth, Texas. The show runs February 14-17 with sessions for booth visits and buying opportunities. The NBS show brings together buyers and manufacturers to reveal new products while connecting over pricing and supply capabilities.
Buyers will find some fantastic show specials by visiting the F.A.B. team at booth #417. The show schedule is packed with gatherings and booth time, so schedule a time to review the new products while meeting the great team at F.A.B.
February 14 kicks off with a Board of Directors breakfast and meeting while vendors finalize booth setups. The exhibit hall opens to buyers at 1 pm, lasting until 5 pm. After the buying session closes, members are meeting for an hour. At 6 pm, the buying session re-opens with new vendor debuts and hot deals for buyers.
February 15-16 offer full days of booth meetings and buying opportunities. These are great days to take some time to consider options and hunt down deals. The F.A.B. booth #417 is staffed for the entirety of this event and everyone is excited to meet new and old friends and buyers. The final day, February 17, is another buying day with activity ending at 3 pm. After the buying closes, members are gathering for an extravaganza in Ballroom B.
The 2020 NBS semi-annual spring buying event focuses on hunting and shooting sports with accessories, apparel, and hardgoods. F.A.B. has a significant showing and booth space with buyer deals that are limited to the show. Stop by to say hello and learn more about the limited-time show specials.
Since its inception, F.A.B.® has been leading in development and manufacture of the highest quality, cutting-edge tactical equipment and weapon accessories for the State of Israel’s Military and Police. F.A.B. R&D department works in collaboration with Special Forces and SWAT teams worldwide to design creative, ability enhancing, no-nonsense solutions to the ongoing dynamic challenges met in the field.
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