Sunglasses Manufacturer for the U.S. Military - The Newest Sponsor of the IMC Club
Lakeland, FL, April 08, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Randolph Engineering, a manufacturer of sunglasses for pilots and the military, announced it has become a corporate sponsor of the IMC Club. Besides its financial support as their newest sponsor, Randolph Engineering will provide its Aviator Sunglasses for use as awards and promotions given by the IMC Club to its members.
Originally built for the U.S. Military, the flagship Aviator Sunglasses surpass rigid mil-spec standards. Standard issue since 1982, these are battle tested glasses and can withstand the most rigorous and demanding use. Pilots, fashion stylists, and those who demand the very best wear Randolph’s Aviator Sunglasses.
“We are very excited to have Randolph Engineering become a corporate platinum supporting sponsor,” said Radek Wyrzykowski, president of the IMC Club International. “Randolph Engineering is an iconic brand which fulfills a growing demand for genuine, well-made products with a strong American heritage. It is still owned and operated by three generations of Polish immigrant families, along with a highly skilled and dedicated American workforce. I want to thank them for their support.”
"Randolph Eyewear is proud of our aviation heritage, crafting Made in USA sunglasses for military and civilian pilots for over 30 years," said Mary Waszkiewicz, the Marketing Manager at Randolph Engineering “We are excited to help the IMC Club to promote their mission to make pilots more proficient and make flying safer.”
As a special incentive for the formation of new Chapters, the first five new IMC Club Chapter Applications, which are received by the end of the second week following Sun’n-Fun, will benefit from a generous Randolph Eyewear promotion. Along with their standard New Chapter Package, these Chapters will also receive one Free pair of the iconic Aviator Sunglasses ($200 Value).
The IMC Club, through its nationwide network of local chapters, provides organized “hangar flying” focused on building proficiency in instrument flying. It’s the only organization of its kind. Believing that safety and proficiency are developed through education and experience, IMC Club’s monthly meetings use real world scenarios to engage members and allow them to share and build their piloting experience.
For more information: http://www.imcclubs.org