Arlington, TX (PRWEB) May 19, 2005
After 30 years of successful ownership and operation of Fort WorthÂs Type Case Printworks, Kent and Becky Couch have officially stopped the presses and have launched an entirely new business to help parents protect their children through an advanced Child ID franchise called DIGIKIDSÂ®.
Having initially discovered DIGIKIDSÂ® while printing the DIGIKIDSÂ® marketing materials, the Couches are very excited about their new endeavor. ÂIt was such an awakening to look at the DIGIKIDSÂ® sales promotions and realize that we could be doing something worthy like this,Â said Becky Couch. ÂAs a former elementary school principal, Kent was thrilled about DIGIKIDSÂ® because it meant getting back to his roots. We just couldnÂt resist the opportunity,Â she concluded.
According to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, acting within the first 20 minutes following a disappearance is absolutely critical. By utilizing the DIGIKIDSÂ® business card-sized CD-ROM (easily carried in a pocket or purse and operates in any PC with a CD-ROM drive), parents are only moments away from distributing pre-formatted flyers and posters Â complete with high-resolution photos and last-minute details Â anywhere in the world via internet email. ÂThe electronic delivery to law enforcement officials of a childÂs digitized photo can save crucial time, since the chances of safely recovering a child are much greater within the first few hours immediately following a child abduction,Â says John Walsh, founder of the NCMEC (NCMEC.org).Â
Although the service is available through schools, preschools, churches and summer camps, DIGIKIDSÂ® ability to produce the Child ID kits on site in two minutes or less affords a perfect opportunity for any local business wishing to sponsor a DIGIKIDSÂ® safety event as a means of giving back to the local community or its employees. ÂAt $15.95, the program is affordable enough for every parent to have, but we also are committed to giving contributions back to schools and other non-profit sponsors for every kit we sell,Â states co-owner Kent Couch. The CouchÂs territory encompasses eastern Tarrant and Denton County.
For more information, please visit http://www.digikids-id.com, call 1-888-DIGIKIDS or locally 817-332-7563.
Utilizing patent-pending technology in the making of each Child Safety CD, DIGIKIDSÂ® never creates a database of any kind, and emergency emails and attachments are sent through a dedicated, secure network. Located in Fort Worth, Texas, DIGIKIDSÂ® distributes the product through independent franchisees. Franchise opportunities are available for single or multiple territory development.
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