Blackwood, NJ (PRWEB) June 11, 2006
Halo Family Ids provides parents/guardians and organizations nationwide with Child Safety Products and Services. Including Identification Cards as well as other safety products such as Electronic IDs (on CD Rom), USB Flash Drives and DNA/Fingerprint Kits.
Additionally, our website provides an Amber Alert Service that is immediately activated should any child go missing anywhere in the U.S. The disappearance of children happens daily and is growing at an alarming rate. Our service and products help families everywhere be prepared for those unfortunate moments when we need to act quickly on behalf of our children.
Additionally, we provide fundraising opportunities for groups and organizations which in turn benefits all involved while promoting this very important subject matter. We truly believe that it is the absolute responsibility of every parent to be prepared when it concerns a childs safety and well being. With that in mind, our ultimate goal is to create a vast network of caring parents and citizens from all walks of life to make this important and valuable service be made aware of.
Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) July 17, 2006
Spatial NetWorks new WatchLink technology is now available free for all residents of Florida. WatchLink provides automatic web based reporting of the FDLE sex offender database for the entire state. Florida Attorney General Charlie Crist provides a link to this valuable service for use by all Florida residents on his consumer web pages under CHILD SAFETY at http://myfloridalegal.com/.
The data is drawn from the FDLE online data site but instead of requiring research to find out offender locations and details the service automatically sends the information to the consumer, requiring a one time selection and registration. Residents can access a pre existing list of public and private schools, daycare and aftercare centers to get custom reports of offenders in the areas where their children attend school and play. Any other home, school, work or play address can be entered as well and a custom report generated. Updates are sent as specified by the user for immediate notification or weekly reporting.
While other web-based services give information about the locations of registered sex offenders, WatchLink shows residents these locations in relation to their home, school, daycare, office or any other place of interest. Pictures, names, aliases, convictions and complete physical descriptions are available in the full report. The report is linked to an easy-to-use interactive map that provides the user entered location and specified surrounding area.
Attorney General Charlie Crist says “Protecting our most vulnerable citizens is the highest priority of our State. By providing parents with another tool to fulfill the responsibility of looking out for children, our neighborhoods are that much safer.
For additional information about WatchLink technology and how it tracks and maps registered sex offenders and sexual predators, please visit http://login.watchlink.us/how-it-works.html. To sign up and start getting your free report now, go to http://login.watchlink.us and enter in your information.
ARLINGTON, Va. (PRWEB) May 2, 2007
ATLANTA, GA (PRWEB) June 5, 2007
For Our Future, LLC an Alpharetta GA based company announces the introduction of a new solution called WedgEZ – The Outlet Plug Remover for parents and home industry professionals. Formally unveiled to the child products industry at the Juvenile Products Manufacturing Association Convention in Orlando, FL, WedgEZ is the only patent-pending tool on the market designed to easily removes all plastic outlet plugs. Built-on clips allow WedgEZ to conveniently attach to a standard vacuum cord for fast access when parents need it.
“Like so many other parents, I use outlet plugs in my home to protect my child from electrical shock, however I would use my fingernails or a butter knife to pry them off each time I vacuumed,” explained Karen Miglin, founder and co-owner of For Our Future, LLC. “WedgEZ was designed to fit comfortably in your hand, be accessible when you need it and effortlessly remove any inserted outlet plug on the market today. There is no other solution retailed today that answers this very common frustration for parents, as well as the home services industry.”
In the short time since WedgEZ was launched as a product, it has received phenomenal responses from parent guides, retailers and customers. “This sleek looking orange plastic device is an outlet plug remover extraordinaire!” wrote What’s Hot for Tot’s, the popular website that features the latest products for Mom’s and Dad’s. “It is a well deserved gift for yourself, the thoughtful gift for your best friend and I can think of no better gift for Grandma.” WedgEZ will be featured as one of Orca Communications’ 2007 Best Products.
Home inspectors and baby home-proofers are just a few in-home professionals that are also finding WedgEZ to be an essential tool of the trade. The National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI) has entered into agreement with For Our Future, LLC to offer WedgEZ as an inspection-related promotional item through its network of nearly 10,000 home inspectors.
“Being a stay at home mom with two young children is hard work,” says Miglin. “My objective in creating WedgEZ was to make my day a little easier. The fact that this simple and safe tool is now making the day easier for a lot of other people is incredibly rewarding.”
About For Our Future, LLC
For Our Future, LLC was founded in 2006 by a stay at home mom, Karen Miglin, and is managed in partnership with her husband, Dave. For Our Future, LLC is a member of the JPMA. To learn more about their first invention is WedgEZ – The Outlet Plug Remover, please visit our website.
WedgEZ – The Outlet Plug Remover
Suggested retail: $ 3.99 (single unit) or $ 9.99 (3-pack) — Order Online at http://www.wedgez.com; wholesale pricing available for retailers.
Babies/Toddlers/Homes with Children 5 years or younger
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The Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association is a national trade organization of more than 350 companies in the United States, Canada and Mexico. These companies manufacture and/or import infant products such as cribs, car seats, strollers, bedding, and a wide range of accessories and decorative items.
For more information about JPMA contact: 15000 Commerce Parkway , Suite C, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054; phone: 856-638-0420; fax: 856-439-0525; e-mail jpma @ ahint.com or visit the Web site at http://www.jpma.org.
About What’s Hot for Tot’s
Whats Hot for Tots was started with the idea that we can come together and bring to you the products that will enhance your life and the lives of your family. Our primary focus is to help you with your shopping. We believe that knowledge and choices provide our readers with the tools to make informed decisions. We are proud to offer many Mompreneur products. By doing so, we are promoting women like us and most importantly, helping children and families http://www.whatshotfortots.com/wedgez.html.
The National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI) is the largest inspection association in North America. Our home buying clients enjoy the HI Experience
Clarks Summit, PA (PRWEB) October 18, 2007
Jerry Patrick who with his wife Chris continue to lead one of the top five producing franchisees for DIGIKIDS
Denver, CO (PRWEB) October 29, 2007
As the Kids and Cars Safety Act goes before Congress, LegalView offers soon to be a soon to be re-tooled auto accident portal with a wealth of automotive injury guidance.
An Arizona toddler was struck and killed by his father’s Ford Expedition on Sept. 30th in Queen Creek Arizona. The father believed the child was inside the house at the time. This tragedy points out the importance of a bill currently under debate in the U.S. congress that is designed to address important child automotive safety issues..
The Cameron Gulbransen Kids and Cars Safety Act was introduced in the House and Senate in February 2007. The bill is named after a New York boy who was run over in 2002, and the bill’s authors cite a 2002 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study (July 2000-June 2001) that reports that over 9,160 children were treated in hospital emergency rooms due to non-traffic incidents. According to the bill’s sponsors and authors, this alarming trend indicates the necessity of legislation more focused on protecting basic child safety around automobiles.
The bill, co-sponsored by Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), would direct the Secretary of Transportation to establish federal standards on automobile safety devices for children. The debate generated by this bill points out the possible dangers of automobiles for children, and any Americans who may have been negatively affected by a tragic child auto accident may need the advice of an auto accident lawyer to protect themselves and provide recourse against unsafe automotive products. It is always important to have all the current information concerning important child safety and automotive safety issues. It is for this reason that LegalView.com would like to remind readers that it maintains a comprehensive online collection of legal information at its automobile accident information portal, which is offered free to the public. Additionally, to better serve the needs of the American public, LegalView is proud to announce that it will soon be re-launching it auto accident portal with even more information relating to automotive safety, including child safety.
The automobile accident portal site revamp will include additions to the collection of original articles, and new posts to the auto accident blog which will focus on child safety. This new content will sit alongside current collections of information on jury verdicts and settlements related to auto accidents, a glossary of auto accident terms, a video library and an attorney referral service to help families and victims get counsel from an experienced auto accident law firm.
LegalView.com’s free information is not limited to car safety, however. Visitors can browse many other portals addressing issues that are important to contemporary America, including resources to help individuals get in contact with a brain injury lawyer, a mesothelioma law firm, or a construction accident attorney. All of these portals, and LegalView.com’s other portals, contain legal resources, basic information, links to useful books and web sites, guides to medical and industry jargon, and more. And those who are interested in speaking to a lawyer can also take advantage of LegalView.com’s free online attorney referral service, which matches potential clients with experienced attorneys in their areas of interest.
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Graham, WA (PRWEB) January 16, 2008
Robyn Deaton has been selected to offer the exclusive DIGIKIDS
Arvada, CO (PRWEB) January 23, 2008
Steve Garrison and Kim Jensen have been chosen to launch the exclusive DIGIKIDS
Laredo, Texas (PRWEB) March 5, 2008
Sara and Eduardo Hinojosa have launched the exclusive DIGIKIDS
Bossier City, Louisiana (PRWEB) June 22, 2008
John and Peggy Westfall have been selected to launch the exclusive DIGIKIDS