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ATN Launches New Optic Upgrade Program, an Industry First

ATN Corp. is again setting the standard with the introduction of their new Optic Upgrade Program.

You know how smartphone companies have established upgrade programs, which allows dedicated customers to trade in their older, outdated cellphones for credit towards the newest models and versions? ATN Corp. felt that concept should be applied to their products, and has launched the industry's first Optic Upgrade Program.

What it means is that customers who already own one of ATN's famed X-Sight 2 HD Day/Night Scopes or an X-Sight 4K Pro can opt to switch them out for credit toward a brand new X- Sight 4K Pro Scope, or they can go for a scope with a new Mossy Oak Bottomland, Break-Up Country, or Elements Terra camouflage patterned optic.

The new online portal set up by ATN will include an option for ATN customers to select the product they wish to trade in, for which ATN will provide instant credit to use toward the new purchase of their choice. Optic Upgrade Program users will then be sent their newly purchased scope, plus a box and return shipping label to make it easy to return their older scope. It's about as easy as these sorts of things can get.

Currently, there are no other optic providers utilizing such a program, and ATN believes it will help set them apart even more from the competition.

"Our commitment to our customers is unwavering, by providing the best programs in the electro-optics vertical we strive to give our customers a 5-star experience and the opportunity to have the latest and greatest from ATN," said Marc Vayn, Chief Marketing Officer at ATN Corp.

As we've come to expect, this program is a continuation of ATN's mission to bring feature-rich rifle scopes to the market. Innovation is central to ATN, and the program allows the company to continue to deliver the highest-quality products to its customers.

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ATN Launches New Optic Upgrade Program, an Industry First