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These Boots Are Made for Walkin’

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Infantry boot The Defense Supply Center Philadelphia in Philadelphia, PA recently issued four fixed-price with economic price adjustment contracts totaling $56.1 million, procuring boots for US Army and Air Force personnel. All are indefinite-quantity/ indefinite-delivery type contracts exercising their 2nd term options, and the option periods will end on September 22, 2006. With respect to the original contracts, proposals were Internet-solicited and four responded. The four companies receiving order are: * McRae Industries, Inc. in Mt. Gilead, NC received a maximum $18.6 million contract (SP0100-03-D-0371). Work will be performed in Mr. Gilead, NC. * Small business qualifier Wellco Enterprises, Inc. in Waynesville, NC received a maximum $17.4 million contract. Work will be performed in Wayensville, NC and in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico (SP0100-03-D-0372). * Small business qualifier Altama Delta Corp. in Atlanta, GA received a maximum $11.2 million contract. Work will be performed in Atlanta, GA and Lexington, TN (SP0100-03-D-0373). * Small business qualifier Belleville Shoe Mfg. Co. in Belleville, IL received a maximum $9 million contract. Work will be performed in Belleville, IL and in Dewitt, AR (SP0100-03-D-0374).

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