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June 9, 2010

Fields Outdoor Adventure opens its doors

RUSHVILLE —  

A top of the shelf outdoor equipment location opened its doors last week in the 100 block of South Perkins Street. Store manager Jason Fields has worked for a number of years in the industry and recently said that with the number of avid outdoor enthusiast in Rush County is astounding. Fields said that the location will offer a number of name brand items from compound hunting bows to hand guns and rifles. “This will basically be a one stop shopping for outdoor activities,” Fields said as he was busy unpacking new arrivals of fishing equipment. He continued by saying that the location will also have a 20-yard archery range and it is hoped that leagues will soon be formed. The facility also has a meeting room that can be utilized by small groups. “I am really looking forward to helping those looking for the proper equipment to meet their outdoor needs. We have a little bit of everything from the novice level to the professional in items,” Fields said. A line of outdoor clothing is also available on site. When asked what will set this store apart from others, Fields said that service, price and selections are key to any business adventure in today’s economy and it is his belief that is just what Fields Outdoor Adventure has to offer. Frank Denzler can be contacted at (765) 932-2222 ext. 106 or via e-mail at frank.denzler@rushvillerepublican.com. Visit our Web site at www.rushvillerepublican.com.

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