A New Look for a Local LED Emergency Beacon Manufacturer

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FlareAlert Emergency LED Beacons are not only durable, easy to use, and environmentally friendly, now they are also stylish with the new "Lightning Bug" Logo Design. "Like" on Facebook and Win!

Have you ever experienced the anxiety of being stuck on the side of a busy road at night due to car failure? This unfortunate circumstance was the reason that the Keystone Group, based in Erie, Colorado began designing and manufacturing LED Emergency Beacons over eight (8) years ago. The huge success of this product is the result of a combination of great design, usability, and the environmental improvement over traditional strike flares.

The FlareAlert Emergency Beacon is designed to last because it is crush resistant, has skid resistant feet, and is water resistant. The LED light source generally lasts over ten years depending on usage. This product is currently in use by many private and commercial motorists around the country. One of the most practical functions of this product is its magnetic base. The Emergency Beacon can be positioned on virtually any metal object including the side or roof of a car, a nearby sign, FlareAlert Cone and Elevated Adaptors, and directly on the roads surface.

The FlareAlert Emergency Beacon is valuable to all motorists in that it is environmentally safe. Most importantly, Flare Alert is not an incendiary flare, which has the potential to start forest fires. In the dry and mild climates of the Southwest, fires started from incendiaries are a real danger with the potential to cause millions of dollars worth of property damage. Did you know that used flares are also considered “hazardous waste” by the EPA because of the chemical pollutants they release? FlareAlert LED Beacons will not leave any trace and can be used time and time again.

This month, Flare Alert introduced a new logo featuring the all-new Flare Alert "Lighting Bug". Go to the FlareAlert Facebook page, "Like” and comment on the new logo design. FlareAlert will randomly give away a free Emergency Beacon to every 50 new "Likes".

FlareAlert Emergency Beacons are available at many high quality distributors. Contact FlareAlert for more information on where to find these life and earth-saving devices at 303-652-6164.

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