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NorthCape Launches NorthCape Fire Line

Thursday, September 22, 2016

NorthCape, based in Alsip Illinois, has acquired North American distribution rights for Terra Flame Home lantern and torch fire accessories. The new brand for these products will be NorthCape Fire. All NorthCape Fire products will be powered exclusively by SunJel gel fuel based in Salt Lake City, Utah. NorthCape is launching the new line at the Casual Show in Chicago this week.

“Terra Flame has developed some great ‘firespace’ products,” said Tom Murray, president of NorthCape, “and we are excited to leverage our distribution system and make the products more convenient and cost effective for dealers, and ultimately end users, to enjoy these unique products.”

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