Ft Washington, PA (PRWEB) May 10, 2010
Lap Belt Cinch, Inc. (LBC), developer of the CG-Lock technology and maker of CG-Lock & SeatSnug safety devices, announced today an agreement has been reached with leading online retailer Amazon.com, opening the way for the SeatSnug child safety device to be available to millions of individuals who choose to shop online.
SeatSnug clips on an existing seatbelt to enhance the safety and comfort of children riding in booster seats. Crash tested and recipient of the National Parenting Center Seal of Approval, the SeatSnug device improves child safety and reduces the risk of injury in auto accidents. "It is the number one innovation that I have seen in twenty years that actually lowers the risk of someone having something happen to their children", states Tom Piggott a nationally recognized Safety Technology Products Advocate, "For less money than a tank of gas you can insure that your child's position in the car is safer".
“Car accidents are the leading cause of death and injury for children and loose fitting seat belts are a major contributor", States Alison Rhodes the nationally respected "Safety Mon", " Clipping a SeatSnug onto your child's seat belt goes a long way in insuring a safer and more comfortable ride.”
Amazon joins a growing list of national retailers offering the patented SeatSnug device including Babies"R"Us, Pep Boys, Bavarian Auto Sport, buybuy Baby, Bed Bath & Beyond, Baby Depot and JEGS.com. "It's all about child safety", say Chuck Carter, CEO of LBC, "that is what drives us and that is what is driving our retailers, it demonstrates their commitment to our product and to the safety of our children."
About: Amazon.com. What started as Earth's biggest bookstore has rapidly become Earth's biggest anything store. Expansion has propelled Amazon.com in innumerable directions. Its website offers millions of books, music, and movies, not to mention auto parts, toys, electronics, home furnishings, apparel, health and beauty aids, prescription drugs, and groceries. Shoppers can download e-books, games, MP3s, and films to their computers or handheld devices, including Amazon's own portable reader, the Kindle. The firm acquired Zappos.com in 2009.
Lap Belt Cinch, Inc. is the developer and patent holder of CG-Lock technology. Its aftermarket products, the CG-Lock and SeatSnug, are designed to enhance driver control, improve safety, reduce injuries in vehicular accidents and save lives. The CG-Lock, which has been certified for SCCA events, is used widely by the Hollywood stunt industry and has been featured in a series of sports car magazines. SeatSnug has been featured on ABC and the Fox News TV channels.
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