Taylor Brands Will Produce Centennial Scout Knife
KINGSPORT, TENNESSEE -- Taylor Brands LLC, the manufacturer of Schrade, Old Timer and Uncle Henry Knives has entered into a licensing agreement to make the 100th Anniversary Commemorative Boy Scouts of America collectible knife and tin sets.
"Scouting has been a key part of our family for years", said Stewart Taylor, President of Taylor Brands. "As a young man I was involved in Scouting, and all three of my sons are Eagle Scouts." "Scouting represents all that is good about our country." "They teach patriotism and certain skills that are not available anywhere else."
Two different models of the knives and tins are available for purchase from Schrade retailers. Both of the knives feature picked bone handles and 440 stainless blades as well as a beautiful commemorative tin.
111 million young men have been involved in the BSA program since 1910. There's an estimated 50 million living alumni of the Boy Scouts of America. Currently there are just over 2.8 million kids between the ages of 7 and 18 that are involved in scouting.
The Boy Scouts of America plan on celebrating their 100th Anniversary with several key events across the country during 2010.
About Schrade, Old Timer and Uncle Henry Knives: The Schrade brands have been in existence since 1904. The company was purchased by Taylor Brands in 2004 and is currently headquartered at Taylor's worldwide distribution facility in Kingsport, Tennessee.
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