By Lars Dalseide | September 1 2014 13:19

Labor Day special on NRA Member Pewter Emblem Mugs

The Benefactor Mug from the NRA Store
NRA Store Merchandise Buyer Joe Garnreiter raises a glass, or in this case a mug, in true membership celebration of Labor Day ...

Fairfax, Virginia - Labor Day celebrates honest, respectable, industrious American citizens. Since those virtuous qualities also apply to all five million NRA members, it makes sense for the NRAstore to join the celebration. We’re proud to offer products that support the American dream!

Built by hardworking Americans, for hardworking Americans, the NRA Member Pewter Emblem Mugs have enormous visual appeal. These heavy-duty, 15 oz. ceramic mugs are brimming with NRA pride.

Available in every membership level - Annual, Life, Endowment, Patron and Benefactor – each mug features a colorful, highly detailed pewter emblem, individually cast for your specific member status.

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