Escondido, CA (PRWEB) July 25, 2011
Web entrepreneur Bonnie Helms is proud to unveil her brand new blog, ProfessionalSafeReview.com. Posts on the interactive site detail important gun safety information as well as amusing personal anecdotes. The blog serves as a complement to Helms’ online business, http://www.TritonGunSafe.com, which launched in October 2010.
The web store, which sells top rated safes for guns and valuables, was inspired by a personal tragedy. In 2006, Helms’ younger brother, Danny, was murdered while on his way to class at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, according to SFGate.com. He was shot to death by a gang member who had possession of a stolen gun. Helms decided to channel her grief into a positive endeavor, and together with her younger son, a cadet with the local police department, Helms offers gun owners access to a comprehensive collection of high quality, affordable gun safes.
“I am for the right to bear arms,” said Helms. “At the same time, I believe that every gun owner has the responsibility, the obligation, to lock up their guns when they’re not in use.”
At TritonSafeGun.com customers are treated to a vast array of gun safes. For peace of mind, secure handguns in biometric handgun safes like the GunVault MicroVault Biometric MVB500 or the GunVault MultiVault Deluxe GVB2000. When transporting handguns, be sure to comply with state laws by using a Smith & Wesson High-Security Briefcase or a Mesa Hitch-Hiker High Security Travel safe. Shotgun, rifle, and pistol collections can be stored safely and in an organized manner in a Mesa gun safe, such as the MBF6032 that has a total wall thickness of 11 gauge steel, door thickness of 7 gauge steel, and in the event of a fire can last for one hour in temperatures of 1750 degrees Fahrenheit with the interior temperature not exceeding 350 degrees Fahrenheit. When seconds count, go for the latest in gun safety technology, the ShotLock Solo-Vault. The ShotLock is a universal shotgun vault that opens in seconds when the owner presses the correct push-button lock combination.
“The cool, James Bond-esque biometric technology is great for people who keep guns for home protection,” said Helms. “It lets you access your gun quickly, but also keeps kids from shooting off a gun accidentally or a thief from getting their hands on your weapon.”
In addition to gun safes, Helms’ site is home to an incredible collection of home safes, drop and hopper safes, fireproof office safes, and more. Rather than paying fees to a bank to keep valuables in a safety deposit box, keep jewels, birth certificates, and other important possessions secured in a home safe like the HS-320 Hollon Safe or the Protex Safe HD-34, which is also fire resistant. Proprietors should be sure to install drop and hopper safes such as the Protex SDB-200 Wall Drop Box, specifically designed for convenience and security. Wall safes are a must-have for hotels or bed and breakfasts, so guests can store valuables during their stay. Keep all sorts of valuables safe in state-of-the-art floor safes and virtually indestructible data and depository safes.
Customer service is of the utmost importance at TritonGunSafe.com. All of the safes come from very reputable manufacturers with high quality products and all safes are competitively priced before being added to the site’s inventory. Orders are filled promptly and shipped for free throughout the continental United States. Customer feedback is always welcome and shoppers can expect a friendly, knowledgeable staff member to answer all questions in a timely manner.
“I care about my customers,” said Helms. “I don’t like to make them wait; I respond as soon as possible. It’s extremely important for me to treat customers the way I want to be treated.”
Helms uses her brand new blog, http://www.ProfessionalSafeReview.com, to frequently publish posts pertaining to gun safety, child protection laws, and current events surrounding guns. Personal anecdotes about hunting trips and shooting at the local range are also featured.
To learn more about the young man who inspired it all, Danny, please visit http://www.DansInspiration.com. The site includes information about Danny’s life, his art, including the drawing of King Triton featured on TritonGunSafe.com, and information about the Daniel Robert Lynch Art Education and Scholarship Program.
About the Company:
TritonGunSafe.com – a division of Triton Solutions LLC – is owned and operated by web entrepreneur Bonnie Helms.
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