CaseGuys Sponsors “Take The CaseGuys Challenge” At I.W.C.E. Show In LasVegas, Booth 4069
February 08, 2012: Two-way radio case manufacturer CaseGuys, division of A. W. Enterprises, Inc. will celebrate its’ 50th anniversary making superior quality leather cases in the USA. As reported, “our first two-way radio case was the first two-way radio case”.
Bedford Park, IL – At the International Wireless Communications Expo February 22-23, 2012 in Las Vegas, participants taking “The CaseGuys Challenge” will be entered into a drawing to win a 32” LCD – LG TV. Visit CaseGuys at booth 4069 to see its’ extensive line of two-way radio cases.
About A.W. Enterprises, Inc.
Nearly 50 years ago A.W. Enterprises Inc. (http://www.caseguys.net) began manufacturing premium leather holster carrying cases at its' Chicago facility. Evolving from walkie talkie cases the CaseGuys division markets its’ products through communications dealers across the United States. A.W. Enterprises has earned a prestigious reputation for its’ superior quality, long lasting durability and expedient delivery, whereby CaseGuys is an exceptional value.
“We recognized a need for convenience and comfort when carrying two-way radios in extreme situations for which we designed the original, patented, A-Wedge Swivel” said Mr. Edward C. Otrusina, President of A.W. Enterprises. “It is compatible with many OEM and after-market radio cases”. A-Wedge stainless steel Swivels are available on CaseGuys two-way radio cases in belt loop and belt clip styles. A-Wedge securely clicks together when inserted from any direction yet only releases when inverted. With the introduction of smaller two-way radios, CaseGuys Power Wedge stainless steel swivel proportionately compliments new cases for smaller radios.
Together with the popularity of the A-Wedge swivel, CaseGuys’ cases are in high demand with public safety, law enforcement, emergency and other professional service industries.
This release was submitted by a Newsbox user.Â Any communication related to the content of this release should be sent to the release submitter.