Rinehart Sculpture

Jon Boyd

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JANESVILLE, WI - With three years in the making, Rinehart Sculptures Inc. is proud to announce their all-new 3D, life-size Bald Eagle Sculpture. After selling Rinehart Targets to his daughter and son-in-law in 2006, John Rinehart, Founder of Rinehart Targets re-emerged in 2011 with the introduction of Rinehart Sculptures Inc. The first order of business for John and his new adventure was to create a sculpture that embodied both meaning and purpose; the Bald Eagle was the resounding choice.

It's now been three years since Rinehart Sculptures Inc. partnered with an award winning bird-carving artist to create an artistically detailed, life-size eagle sculpture. The end result is nothing less than incredible.

Rinehart's eagles have a patented mounting design and can be proudly displayed in any indoor or outdoor setting. The eagle can also be used to deter messy and damaging critters like geese, seagulls and ducks. All eagles are protected from ultraviolet rays and are made of recycled polymers. The attention to detail truly brings our nation's bird to life. The Bald Eagle and all other Rinehart Sculptures Inc. products are 100% American made.

Since 1964 John Rinehart has been in the business of bringing sculptures and animal mounts to life. With roots in the world of taxidermy, John owned a national taxidermy supply company for 15 years before diving into the 3D archery target business when he launched Rinehart Targets. John has excelled in a wide variety of ways throughout the outdoor industry. From innovative ice fishing equipment to the world's best archery targets, John Rinehart takes great pride in his products and their quality and visual appeal reflect this.

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About Rinehart Sculpture Inc.
Since 2011 Rinehart Sculptures Inc. has strived to provide high quality products both visually and in their purpose. Behind the direction of John Rinehart, the company has created a Bald Eagle sculpture worthy of its title of America's National Bird. For more information visit https://www.iloveeagles.com/.

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