Johnson Outdoors ( JOUT) got two tent orders totaling $6.2 million, along with a $2.7 million order for tent floors and liners.

The Racine, Wis., company said it has now received eight orders worth $12.5 million under a multivendor, multiproduct contract unveiled last month. Johnson said its fiscal 2006 military tent sales outlook is unchanged.

On Thursday, Johnson Outdoors rose 12 cents to $16.88.

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