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First 250 customers to get freebies at Centerville Cabela’s on Saturday


Cabela’s in Centerville is celebrating the holidays early this year by offering in-store giveaways to customers this weekend.

The first 250 customers over the age of 18 on Saturday morning will receive a mystery envelope containing information about their free gift. The envelopes will be distributed randomly and could include outdoor products, Cabela’s gift cards and more, according to the store.

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Anyone who wins a firearm will be required to complete and pass a federal background check to obtain the firearm, according to Cabela’s.

Some of the items being given away include Vortex Diamondback 10x42 Binoculars, Savage B22 FV Sporter Rifle, Liberty HDX-150 Smart Vault and Cabela’s Ranger 54” Recurve Bow.

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The Cabela’s store in Centerville will open at 8 a.m., according to an announcement about the giveaway scheduled for Saturday.

The free gifts at the Centerville location are part of a nationwide giveaway in which the outdoor retail chain will give out nearly $250,000 in gifts across the company’s participating U.S. retail stores.

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