West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) March 8, 2007
Invention Support has signed a strategic alliance with, Cassandra Green, the inventor of the new device known as the "Pass-Account", to offer support for this great new invention and to proudly introduce it into the general automotive market.
The basic idea behind the Pass-Account is to keep an accurate count of the children on a school bus as they board and exit the bus. This is truly a great product which is sure to enjoy considerable success in the marketplace in the near future. There are more than 500,000 yellow school buses transporting 25 million children to and from school each day. Every school year districts, government agencies and the press dedicate public service time and space to school bus safety issues.
The Pass-Account is a marketers dream because it offers solutions to the common problems that millions of customers are presently suffering from, worry over their kids' location, and it is sure to be a huge success in the near future. School buses are the nation's largest mass transportation system, completing 10 billion passenger trips and 4.3 billion miles per year. Serious school bus accidents are extremely rare. Last year, 45 states did not have a single child fatality as a result of school bus rider ship.
Child Safety Restraint Systems have literally taken off in the marketplace over recent years. "CSRSs" as they are called have proven to fill a great demand amongst parents and school administrators and the Pass-Account fits quite comfortably into this same market segment. Pass-Account and CSRS both meet the same demand, children safety. The success of the CSRS will certainly be matched by Pass-Account. State laws vary on requirements for children traveling in car seats on school buses.
Modern school buses are equipped with more safety features than any other vehicles on the road. This is because the market for devices like these is huge. School transportation safety issues have been of concern for many years. Interest in these issues has recently been heightened by congressional testimony, as well as by reports and recommendations issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), and others.
Hearings held in the U.S. Senate in 1996 on school transportation safety, for example, raised the question of what is known about the safety of children who use public transit to travel to and from school. It was noted at the time that more than 20 percent of school children in California were using public transportation to travel to school, and that in other areas, such as Ohio, the use of public transit for school transportation was increasing. During the hearings, the focus of interest was broadened beyond school versus transit buses to include the various other modes used to transport students, and was expanded to include school-related trips in addition to trips to and from home and school.
This happens to be an extremely opportune time for Pass-Account's development. In terms of the potential for a product such as Pass-Account, the market is extremely fertile. This is a product that could enjoy great success in the marketplace if it is advertised and marketed properly. Many await its release and it's a sure thing that Pass-Account will find a market holding its breath and awaiting its great success in the near future. In order that the needs of school bus owners all over the world can be better served, marketing professionals are now reaching out to these consumers. With these new considerations in mind, it is likely that the "Pass-Account" will soon become a more popular tool around the world. For further information on this great new invention, contact "Jake Way" at info @ inventionsupport.com. And ask about the great new invention known as the "Pass-Account."
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