ROL NEWS--FlisKits Announces Three New Products

FlisKits Announces Three New Products
December 2, 2003
Web posted at: 12:23 PM EST
Merrimack, NH ( ROL Newswire ) -- FlisKits, Incorporated is proud to
announce the introduction of two new kits along with their newest
FlisFleet product collection. This brings the FlisKits line of model
rocket kits to 19, opening with 12 kits in September of 2002.
First is the Skill Level 2 model rocket kit called the "Long OverDue". 
The Long OverDue is a ³stretch limo² version of the infamous OverDue
promotional kit that FlisKits introduced when they started
business. Using 18mm motors and sporting a most unique slant-cut nested
tube-fin arrangement, the Long OverDue answers the request of many
customers wishing to own such a model.
Next on their list is the much-anticipated Tres (pronounced "Tray"),
again responding to customer requests for more models that make use of
the canted motor cluster found in the popular Deuce's Wild! kit from
FlisKits. The Tres is a 3-motor canted cluster cousin to the Deuce's
Wild! kit.  Sporting a totally different airframe design, the Tres is a
Skill Level 3 model that stands over 40" tall with a 9.6" fin span. Its
unique styling gives it an impressive multi-stage appearance and could
certainly be modified as such. FlisKits expects that the Tres will be a
very popular model for the cluster enthusiast.
With the Tres being the last kit release for the 2003 calendar year,
FlisKits has also announced their second FlisFleet containing one of
each kit released in 2003.  This bundle of 7 very popular model rocket
kits can be purchased at a 10% savings over the individual kit costs.
Each of the products mentioned above can be pre-ordered immediately with
shipping scheduled to begin on or about December 8th.  You can visit the
FlisKits web site at
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for more details on these new
announcements and their pre-order
details.
If you are looking for gift ideas for the upcoming holiday season, but
don't know what to buy, FlisKits is also offering Gift
Certificates. Details can be found on their site at
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