Devoted Parent To Deliver DIGIKIDS® Child ID Safety Services for Graham and Pierce County

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In response to the more than 2,200 missing children reported in the United States each day, DIGIKIDS® offers a Child Safety Identification CD that allows parents to quickly provide law enforcement officials, the media, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) and other agencies with two high-resolution digital photos along with medical and identifying information to aid in recovery efforts.

Robyn Deaton has been selected to offer the exclusive DIGIKIDS® child ID franchise for Graham and the Pierce County area, announced Michael J. Childs, DIGIKIDS® president.

DIGIKIDS® offers a child safety CD that allows parents to quickly provide law enforcement officials, the media, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), and other agencies with two high-resolution digital photos along with medical and identifying information to aid in recovery efforts.

"Mine are grown, but I've deeply missed my involvement with children," explained Deaton. "That's why I've searched for an opportunity like DIGIKIDS® and have discovered a superior way of providing child safety identification and alerting the authorities in the event a child becomes lost."

The oldest of seven children, Deaton has raised four children of her own.

"I made an effort to be actively involved with my children, as they grew up," Deaton explained. "Helping in the classroom and in leadership roles with the Girl Scouts made me aware of the value of genuine protection and safety for all children.

"With DIGIKIDS®, I not only found a child-identification service with a distinct difference, but a proven business opportunity, as well."

Offered through schools, preschools, churches, summer camps and other public events, DIGIKIDS® delivers its secure Child ID kits on site in two minutes or less. With its patent-pending technology to create each Child Safety CD, DIGIKIDS® offers parents anywhere a secure and efficient tool that can help speed the return of lost or missing children.

"The electronic delivery to law enforcement officials of a child's digitized photo can save crucial time, since the chances of safely recovering a child are much greater within the first few hours immediately following his disappearance," explained John Walsh, founder of NCMEC.

"As a member of a large family and with grown children of her own, Robyn has a unique understanding of the important roles safety and peace of mind play in underpinning happy family lives," Michael Childs said. "We are proud she has joined the growing family of DIGIKIDS® franchisees."

For more information about DIGIKIDS® or about franchisee opportunities in single or multiple territories, visit http://www.digikids-id.com or call 1-888-DIGIKIDS.

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