Wilton has joined with NAPA Auto Parts in a national, in-store promotion of Wilton’s Limited Edition 6” WS6 Shop Vise (63302IFH) in support of the nation’s Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund (IFHF). For each Limited Edition vise sold during the July through September event, $5.00 will be donated to the care of military service members who suffer from the effects of traumatic brain injury (TBI) and post-traumatic stress (PTS). The total amount donated through the promotion is set at $25,000.
Wilton is glad to join NAPA in backing IFHF, which has provided more than $200 million in aid since 2000 to severely wounded, military members and their families. Currently, IFHF is building a series of 10 treatment centers on military bases across the country to address the complex symptoms of TBI and PTS. The facilities, called Intrepid Spirit Centers, provide the most advanced and effective care available, enabling more than 90 percent of patients to continue on active duty and enjoy an active, productive life.
IFHF badges are displayed on both sides of the Wilton Limited Edition 6” WS6 Shop Vise, which is a great choice for automotive, as well as general duty applications. The rugged vise features a heavy-duty 30,000 psi gray cast iron body and a machined slide bar which eliminates side-to-side movement in the front jaw. Its 360° swivel base has double lockdowns for quick and easy positioning.
The Wilton Limited Edition 6” WS6 Shop Vise (63302IFH) is available at participating NAPA dealers.
About JPW Industries, Inc.
Headquartered in La Vergne, Tennessee, JPW Industries, Inc.® manufactures and markets a wide range of machinery and equipment under the JET, Powermatic and Wilton brands. In addition to its La Vergne headquarters, the company has operations in Switzerland, Germany, Russia, France, Taiwan, and China. It sells through a vast network of distributor partners worldwide. Visit JET Tools at www.jettools.com, Powermatic at www.powermatic.com or Wilton at www.wiltontools.com.
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