|By PR Newswire||
|January 2, 2013 11:05 AM EST||
MIDLAND, Ontario, Jan. 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Internet retailer of hunting supplies, www.SpotThisScope.com, today announced that it has expanded its product line for the New Year, to promote additional outdoor activities.
The online store, launched in November of 2012, is owned and operated by Internet Company GAB Solutions LLC and now offers a vast array of fishing products, hunting calls and archery equipment in addition to rifle scopes, spotting scopes and reloading equipment.
Founder of SpotThisScope.com, Greg Blue, has been hunting for more than 35 years. "We're excited about our new products and hope our customers are as well," explains Blue. "Sport shooting and hunting are great outdoor activities that can bring families and friends closer together, all while engaging in a fun activity."
SpotThisScope.com also hosts a blog within its website for fishermen, hunters, target shooters, and outdoor enthusiasts. It shares various topics surrounding outdoor sports and hobbies, equipment, best practices, purchasing tips and more.
Blue added, "As our Company grows, we plan to continue adding to our website. We invite all of our customers to check back periodically for both new products and informational resources within our blog section."
All products purchased at SpotThisScope.com can be shipped anywhere within the United States and all major credit cards including PayPal are accepted.
SOURCE GAB Solutions LLC
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