River Valley Survival Gear

Business Address: 3428 Harmony Lane
Charlestown, IN 47111
Clark County

Business Contact: Roger Morton
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Service Disabled Veteran Owned | Marines, Separated | Member since May 23rd, 2012

River Valley Survival Gear is a retailer of knives, tactical gear, survival and outdoor gear.

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The biggest thing I have learned is that failure is not an option and you leave no man behind. For me, in the business world, this translates to me doing anything and everything necessary to take care of the needs of my customers as individuals. I approach my business with a squad attitude and not a government attitude. Anyone who has served knows what I mean by this.

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“I learned to understand the meaning of discipline and how to perform under pressure. I came to understand the meaning of leadership through working my way up through the ranks.”

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