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New Orca Products at ICAST

New Orca Products at ICAST
New Orca Products at ICAST

FRANKLIN, Tenn. - Outdoor Recreation Company of America is pleased to announce that it will be exhibiting three new innovative products at this year’s ICAST.

For those who may not be familiar with ORCA’s line of products, its first creation, and main product is a durable roto-molded cooler that is built to keep items cold for up to ten days while withstanding the rigors of rugged outdoor use. Branching out from the original five sizes, the 26, 40, 58, 75 and 140 quart coolers, ORCA is adding a 20 quart cooler. New Orca Products at ICASTThe ORCA 20 quart cooler will give customers the ability to take their ORCA anywhere, anytime. These personal, travel sized coolers are meant for on the go use while still retaining ice for days. In addition to its four standard cooler colors of white, tan, green and pink, ORCA has created a line of limited edition collegiate collection coolers that are currently being made in the 26 quart size. The collegiate collection colors allow fans to spiritedly represent their favorite team while keeping their food and drinks cold for days.

ORCA has also recently designed a wheel kit that attaches to the feet of the heavy-duty coolers. This detail enables customers to pull their loaded coolers of any size with ease. With its powder coated steel base and aluminum alloy wheels, this wheel kit can hold up to one ton of weight and roll virtually anywhere. To learn more about the products mentioned here, or any of ORCA’s other merchandise please visit www.orcacoolers.com.

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