In Wake Of Sandy Hook Shooting A New 911-Wristwatch May Save Lives Instant Emergency Notification Device Launches Crowdfunding Campaign
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A new high-tech device, called the LEO, will help parents and emergency services quickly and efficiently respond to children in times of crisis. Jason Sullivan, inventor and father of two, has patented and developed a 911-GPS emergency locator wristwatch enabled with voice communications and a panic button system that promises to change the way we think about protecting our children.
"I originally invented the LEO out of a passion to create a device that could protect our children from the impacts of abduction and predation. The outcome has evolved into a wristwatch that can literally be used by all ages for virtually any emergency situation," says Sullivan.
The LEO watch is designed with a titanium band and optional locking mechanism, making it virtually impossible to cut through and has sensors that will notify emergency responders if an unauthorized attempt is made to remove the device. Parents have a web-based interface that they are able to use on any computer or smart phone to locate their child in seconds, a critical feature given that time is of the essence in any life-threatening situation.
Named by Inc. Magazine as "Most Likely to Succeed" and hailed by Marc Klaas, the President of KlaasKids Foundation and BeyondMissing, Inc. as "The closest thing to the Holy Grail of child protection devices as anything will ever get," the LEO has been attracting a significant amount of attention, including being featured on The Ricky Lake Show and already is widely anticipated at the upcoming CES Show in Las Vegas. The overwhelming response and support of the LEO has made Sullivan decide to go directly to the public to raise money to launch his life-saving device.
"Everything has indicated that this potentially life-saving device is being wildly accepted by the public, so we decided to reach out to the people directly to help bring the LEO to market." says Sullivan. The LEO can be found at www.whenyouwish.com/leo
In light of the recent tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, Sullivan said his company will donate a portion of the proceeds from the campaign to the families of the victims.
About LEO and GuardianLion Wireless:
Jason Sullivan is the founder of GuardianLion Wireless, LLC. and the inventor and co-developer of the LEO Wristwatch. The LEO was designed to prevent child abductions and predation and is revolutionizing emergency response as we know it. The LEO Wristwatch represents "HELP" that is always within reach. With the quick squeeze of a panic button, emergency responders are on the way.
About When You Wish
Founded in February 2011, http://www.whenyouwish.com is one of the oldest international crowdfunding websites. The site is available in native-language user experience to over 940 million people worldwide. The company's board of advisors is comprised of leaders in their respective fields and includes: John Mackey (Whole Foods Market), Zelda Marzec (Los Angeles-based investment advisor), Charles Annenberg (Annenberg Foundation), Drew Nicholson (Intel Corporation), and Carl Esposti (CrowdSourcing.org).
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