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03/18/2019
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Celebrating New Partnerships – Specialty Skill Badges Now Part of CANEX TACTIX

By Christine Meyer, Senior Manager, CAF Community Communications, CFMWS –

The CANEX TACTIX team recently presented Canadian Armed Forces Chief Warrant Officer (CWO) Alain Guimond and Canadian Army Sergeant-Major CWO Stu Hartnell with a montage of the Army Speciality Skill Badges project, as a token of appreciation for their collaboration and continued support.  In turn, CWO Hartnell presented his coin to the team for their outstanding work.

“One of our objectives at CANEX is to become increasingly more relevant to the CAF community, and partnerships such as this one are a critical part of our success,” said Elizabeth Toth, CANEX Senior Category Manager. “As a direct result of your reaching out to us on the Specialist Badge project, the door has opened for many new partnerships and initiatives that we are proud to be a part of and look forward to executing.  As a token of our thanks, we would like to present you with this set of Special Skill badges to acknowledge our appreciation and commemorate this important initiative for the CAF community,” she added.

 

When military members and their families shop at CANEX, not only do they find great products and services, but they can also feel good knowing that the proceeds from their purchases contribute to the Canadian Armed Forces community. CANEX has expanded to include TACTIX brand military-centric merchandise, Members Only pricing for those with a CFOne card, and continues to offer exclusive No Interest Credit Plan, Price Match Guarantee and CANEX Rewards loyalty program.

The Speciality Skill Badges were released early October 2018, and in just two months over 4200 units were sold. See the full selection at your local CANEX Store or online.

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