Henry Repeating Arms Announces New EMS Tribute Rifle

For immediate release:

Henry Repeating Arms EMS Tribute Rifle raffle to benefit National EMS Memorial Service

Henry Repeating Arms Company has added an EMS tribute rifle to their “Tribute Edition” line of Golden Boy rifles and donated the first produced to be raffled off, with proceeds benefiting the National EMS Memorial Service.

The EMS Tribute rifle joins the previously released Firefighter and Law Enforcement editions of .22 caliber lever-action collector’s rifles, and will make its first public appearance at the EMS World Expo in Nashville, TN on Tuesday, November 11, 2014.

Henry repeating Arms Company, with the slogan “Made in America or not at all,” has a long history of supporting America’s heroes, dating back to 1862 when the newly designed and patented lever-action repeating rifles were provided to troops during the Civil War. Today, their Golden Boy series are highly prized collectibles passed from generation to generation.

The National EMS Memorial Service is an all-volunteer effort started in 1991 and officially incorporated in 1993, with the mission of, “Remembering and honoring EMS personnel who have died in the line of duty and recognize the ultimate sacrifice they have made for their fellow man.”

Raffle chances cost $5, and will be available at the event and online at the NEMSMS store.

Additional information is available by contacting:

Emergency Training Associates
Lou Jordan, President
1-B Broad Street
Taneytown, MD 21787
[email protected]
443-244-3506
Henry Repeating Firearms
Anthony Imperato, President
59 E 1st Street
Bayonne, NJ 07002
[email protected]
Tel: 201-858-4400
Fax: 201-858-4435

Henry EMS Tribute Rifle

Normally, I’m not a fan of commemorative guns, but this one being the first rifle off the line, and a tribute to my profession, donated for an excellent cause, and considering that my first partner’s name is a leaf on that memorial tree?

Yeah, I’d definitely hang that one on my wall.

Share this one on your blogs and with all your social media contacts, please. Let’s raise a bunch of money for the National EMS Memorial Service.