Sunday, October 16, 2011
Got Riot? Protection from break-ins
The Occupy Wall Street protests have gone global - from Europe to Asia. In Rome, the protests turned violent, breaking windows and burning cars. Several banks had fire damage after protestors broke their windows and tossed burning debris inside. Armor Glass security film would have prevented that damage - by "armoring their glass." Break-ins are a 24/7 threat to homeowners and businesses even when there is not a riot going on. It happens even more in a down economy. Got protection?
Armor Glass sells hurricane/tornado explosion-rated security window film. The same film was installed on federal buildings in Washington DC after 9/11. CEO Michael Fjetland is the founder and a former terrorism analyst who established Armor Glass to protect people and their property from breach of their weakest link. Details on how people live in "Houses of Straw" (free ebook) at our website www.ArmorGlass.com Follow on Twitter@ArmorGlass and on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/ArmorGlass).