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SOURCE: Heart Rate Watch Company
Heart Rate Watch Company is offering free 2nd Day Air Delivery on Thursday, December 20th for every order as part of their "Just In Time For Christmas" special promotion. All products and fitness electronics qualify for this special promotion, plus two free fitness books worth $50.
Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) December 16, 2012
The Heart Rate Watch Company is guaranteeing Christmas delivery on all orders made on Thursday, December 20th by offering free FedEx 2nd Day Air shipping.
"Since Christmas falls on a Tuesday the last delivery day for FedEx is Monday, December 24th and we wanted to make sure that people who shopped late were accommodated by our company", says Rusty Squire, President of the Heart Rate Watch Company. He adds, "All orders regardless of dollar amount will receive free 2nd Day Air shipping for one day only on Thursday, December 20th".
Heart Rate Watch Company is offering over 30% off on all Polar heart rate monitor models. "You can also get a free Goal Zero Guide 10 battery pack for remote charging with every Suunto Ambit and Garmin fenix GPS watch", says Squire. In addition, the company is giving away a free Garmin speed and cadence sensor with all Garmin 910XT, Garmin 310XT and Garmin 610 watches, plus with the Edge 500 and Edge 800 bike computers.
"We've got great deals and great shipping deals meaning that our clients can order right up until Thursday, December 20th and have no worries about Christmas Eve deliver - FedEx is super reliable", says Squire. He adds, "Of course, clients that need Next Day Air services do not need to worry because we have this available as well, so in Reality you can shop right through Friday".
30% OFF ALL POLAR HEART RATE MONITORS
The Heart Rate Watch Company also has 30% or more off of all Polar heart rate monitors. "We offer some of the best Polar pricing anywhere on the web and faster free shipping because we use Express and not Ground like most companies", says Squire.
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