CINCINNATI, Ohio and ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Paratus Business News and the tactical solar generator company Always Empowered announced the winners of the free raffle promoted by the companies at the Dano Productions’ Cincy and Gateway Preparedness Expos.
The top prize was a $500 portable solar generator called the Firefly that was donated by Always Empowered.
“Conducting a giveaway with the Firefly at events like St. Louis and Cincy was so much fun! We met a lot of nice folks in the process and it gave us a chance to educate people about their needs for power and how our line of tactical power generators can benefit them in their times of need,” said Joey D’Angelo, president and founder of Always Empowered.
Sturdy yet small enough to take anywhere. The Firefly solar tactical generator weighs just 12 pounds and can deliver 150 watts of power.
And the Firefly winner is…Irene Haller!
Another great prize is the $35 RIP-M bug out bag organizer. Made by Grey Man Tactical (formerly known as Pelican Strategic), this lightweight “MOLLE in the bag” offers a terrific way to make packing survival gear into any ruck sack or bug out bag easy.
And the RIP-M winner is…Karen Vogt!!
For one of the most talked-about prizes – the Choate car rescue tool – we had six winners. These lucky folks are getting a quality combination ice scraper/glass breaker/safety restraint cutter/phillips head screw driver. And if you decide to use them like brass/plastic knuckles, that’s OK too.
The winners are… Heather McClintock, Jerri Oliver, Karen Ritz, Regina Tassell, David Cramer and David Fenner.
Choate also donated a Remington 870 shotgun stock and forend for two lucky winners (a $90 value). And the company is giving two winners the chance to expand their shotgun magazines from five rounds to seven making it a little more lethal with magazine extenders (a $48 value).
The winners are…Lisa Kemp and Jeff Hauck for the Remington shotgun stock and forend, while Carl Ranschenberger and Ryan Pellow take home the Remington magazine extenders.
Finally, our friends at SWAT-T offered nine lucky winners the newest and lightest design on tourniquets that every individual first aid kit should have.
The winners are…Silvia Lohmeier, Shannon Stotler, Tim McNabb, Paula Bedwell, Aaron Olinger, Drew Kilgore, Brenda Murphy, Brandon Scott and John Boyle.
PBN would like everyone for playing along and visiting us.
And we want to thank our intern for picking the names while taking a break from studying for American history and chemistry classes.