St. Charles, MO — Propper International is proud to announce a partnership with Steve Fisher, internationally-renowned tactical trainer and owner of Sentinel Concepts, as a new brand ambassador.
“This is an exciting time for Propper as we continue to build on our commitment to the law enforcement and civilian tactical markets,” said John Negrau, Propper’s Director of E-Commerce. “Steve brings decades of real-world training experience and has a high standard for the gear and apparel he uses every day.”
Nicknamed “Yeti” by his students, Fisher has been the owner/lead instructor for Sentinel Concepts since 2014. He also is a contract instructor for numerous ranges in Michigan and has been a staff instructor for EAG Tactical for the past five years. Steve currently serves as a reserve officer with an agency in the southern United States as a firearms trainer for SWAT and patrol divisions.
“I’ve been a fan of Propper for a long time and began wearing their tactical gear before we even talked about formalizing anything,” Fisher said. “I recommend them to everyone who takes my classes, so it was just natural that we would start working together.”
About Steve Fisher
Steve’s career as a trainer started in the 90’s, first at NTFT and then later as the owner/ lead trainer of MDFI, both Michigan-based companies, and served as one of the primary Instructors for Magpul Dynamics. He was responsible for the development of new programs and tactics for several local police departments and new training curriculum’s based on low light, home defense and the use of the carbine, handgun, and shotgun in various roles. Steve has been featured in SWAT Magazine, Recoil Magazine, Breach-Bang-Clear, and has written for both SWAT Magazine and Surefire Combat Tactics. He is a product designer for Sneaky Bags and Tuff Products as well as provides product development insight for companies like NightHawk Customs, MidWest Industries, and Robar to name a few.
Making tactical gear with a purpose has been a way of life for Propper, since their first U.S. Navy contract in 1967. Today, Propper designs and manufactures tactical clothing and gear that keeps military, law enforcement, and public safety professionals protected whether they’re in the service, on the job, or off for the weekend.