Smartphone Cases calling your name!

Spot on Molle Smartphone Cases just out from Production at Raine Inc.!

2 smart phone casesFor years we have provided our military buyers with the highest quality ID holders on the market. Now’s your chance to get in on Raine’s newest product, the Smartphone case. Featured in two fabrics, black and Multicam, and with or without a belt loop.  Made with tough, wear resistant nylon to withstand heavy use and is MOLLE compatible.

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Raine BLACK Smartphone case shown open. Check out http://www.raineblack.com/molle-smartphone-pouch-052p4m for more info.

Visit the Raine BLACK website for more product info.  These cases are all Made in USA and Berry Compliant.  Available:  052P4-Smartphone Hip Case Vertical with Belt Loop  052P4H-Smartphone Hip Case Horizontal with Belt Loop  052P4MB-Molle Smartphone Case in Black 052P4MMC-Molle Smartphone Case in Multicam

In addition, Raine Inc. offers a variety of products in their Raine BLACK line, superior high end gear to be used up to the Tier One level, Made in the USA, and Berry Compliant.   Raine BLACK: “Serving the Best Warriors in the World”.

To get a FREE patch, go to www.raineblack.com, click on Free Patch tab at the very top of website.

July 16th is Military Consumer Protection Day

US_hundred_dollar_billDid you know there is a day designated to learn about the resources and organizations that can help protect your well-earned military pay or veterans benefits?

In 2013, the CFPB and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) combined had 81,000 complaints from military consumers. There was a range of reasons but the most important common theme in all the complaints was that the member in the military community who wrote the complaint had taken the time to look for help on a pressing consumer issue from a trusted source.

Take the time for yourself — who would YOU turn to if you need help with a financial or consumer problem.  Read here to find out more and keep this information on hand.  More than anything, it’s important to express your complaints as this organization is here to help you.

Introducing New Product Line: BLACK

Raine Inc. has launched its brand into a very high end product line called BLACK.  They have commissioned top designers in the industry to develop gear that will be used up to the Tier One level.

Top designs with outstanding quality spell BLACK. Click here for the newest product offerings and know that all are Made in the USA. madeintheusa_small

Keep checking back as Raine will not stop here.  Some very high tech gear solutions are coming soon.

For a complete list of Raine’s over 500 products, go to http://raineinc.com.  Click here to become a fan of Raine’s on Facebook and receive 10% off your online order.

Raine Inc.’s Products – What “Made in the USA” really means

Did you know that Raine Inc.’s over 500 products can be compliant to the Berry Amendment and are truly ‘Made in the USA’? This means that all textile end products including all components have been grown, reprocessed, reused, or produced in the United States or one of its territories.

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The Berry Amendment was originally passed by Congress in 1941 to promote the purchase of certain U.S. goods. The Amendment was included in subsequent defense appropriations act until it was made permanent in Fiscal Year 1994 by section 8005 of Public Law 103-139. It was subsequently codified as 10 U.S.C. 2533a in 2002 by section 832 of Public Law 107-107. On October 17, 2006, the President signed the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2007.

Raine Inc. can be certified as USA made and will be very compliant to the Berry Agreement throughout the entire process depending upon what their dealers need. Raine prides itself on quality, American made products.

Source:  “Berry Amendment FAQ,” http://www.acq.osd.mil/dpap/cpic/ic/berry_amendment_faq.html,  20 September 2011.

Want more information about:  What is the Berry Amendment?

The Berry Amendment was originally passed by Congress in 1941 to promote the purchase of certain U.S. goods. The Amendment was included in subsequent defense appropriations act until it was made permanent in Fiscal Year 1994 by section 8005 of Public Law 103-139. It was subsequently codified as 10 U.S.C. 2533a in 2002 by section 832 of Public Law 107-107. On October 17, 2006, the President signed the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2007. Under section 842 of this Act, the restrictions relating to specialty metals were deleted from 10 U.S.C. 2533a and placed in 10 U.S.C. 2533b. These FAQs have been revised by deleting specialty metals from this discussion of the Berry Amendment. As of November 16, 2006, the law restricts any funding appropriated or otherwise available to DoD from being used to buy the following end items, components, or materials unless they are wholly of US origin: An article or item of food; clothing; tents, tarpaulins, or covers; cotton and other natural fiber products; woven silk or woven silk blends; spun silk yarn for cartridge cloth; synthetic fabric or coated synthetic fabric (including all textile fibers and yarns that are for use in such fabrics); canvas products, or wool (whether in the form of fiber or yarn or contained in fabrics, materials, or manufactured articles); or any item of individual equipment (Federal Supply Class 8465) manufactured from or containing such fibers, yarns, fabrics, or materials; and hand or measuring tools.

For more information about Raine Inc., please visit www.raineinc.com.