Range Systems Joins Anteris Alliance

Range Systems

MINNEAPOLIS—Range Systems has joined Anteris Alliance, LLC. An organizational network of outdoor manufacturers and service producers, Anteris Alliance member companies are dedicated to supporting veterans, first responders and their families.

Anteris Alliance was founded in early 2017 with a group of businesses joining forces to provide product demonstrations and customer events, as well as support for veterans and first responders. The organization currently has over 30 partner businesses and is growing rapidly. Memberships to be part of this great movement are available for manufacturers, service providers, buyers, and patriots.

“We are eager to work together with other American companies to support those who have served and currently serve our country,” says Randall Mendenhall, marketing director at Range Systems. “Anteris Alliance allows us to network with other dedicated businesses.”

Manufacturer of the original ballistic rubber products Dura-Panel™ and Dura-Bloc™, Range Systems designs and builds custom shooting ranges and dynamic training environments. The company also offers shooting supplies used by militaries, agencies, and enthusiasts around the world.

For more information on the products and services provided by Range Systems call +1 763-533-9200 or 1-888-999-1217, visit www.range-systems.com, or email sales@range-systems.com.

Range Systems

Manufacturer of Dura-Panel™ and Dura-Bloc™, the original ballistic rubber products, Range Systems designs and builds custom shooting ranges as well as realistic and dynamic training environments for commercial, military, law enforcement, private, forensic, and testing markets. Dedicated to providing unsurpassed, responsive service, Range Systems offers shooting supplies and services worldwide.

Randall Mendenhall, Range Systems, +1 763-398-5502,
Holly Jo Anderson, Veritas Marketing, +1 952-738-8177, ext. 700,

Range Systems | 5121 Winnetka Avenue North, Ste. 225, New Hope, MN 55428
1-888-999-1217 |

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