Demonstration of SecureView™ an alternative product to plywood and steel for securing vacant homes in Los Angeles

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A demonstration of the strength and esthetics of SecureView, an alternative product to plywood and steel for securing vacant homes in Los Angeles.

SecureView™ is virtually unbreakable and also unnoticeable so that, unlike plywood or steel boarding, it blends seamlessly into the fabric of the neighborhood, maintaining property values.

WHO:
SecureView™
Chairman and Co-Founder Robert Klein
Executive VP Rebecca Steele
City of Los Angeles Council President Herb Wesson, District 10

Representatives of the City of Los Angeles Mayor’s Office and Los Angeles City Council

Representatives of various City of Los Angeles Departments

Representatives from neighboring municipalities and key private sector stakeholders are also expected to attend.

WHAT:    
A demonstration of SecureView™, a product that uses a patented state-of-the-art technology to secure unoccupied structures without exposing vacancy to on lookers. SecureView™ will be installed on the windows of a vacant home in the City of Los Angeles. Local government representatives will have the opportunity to put the product through an esthetics and durability test.

WHEN:
April 16, 2015 at 9 am
Remarks from SecureView™ will precede demonstration

WHERE:    
Property Location: 1808 Saint Andrew’s Place, Los Angeles, CA

Parking Location: Council District 10 Field Office, 1819 South Western Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90006.
It is approximately a 6 minute walk (.3 miles) to the site. Directions; head south on South Western Avenue toward Washington Blvd, turn right onto W Washington Blvd, turn right onto S Saint Andrew’s Place.

On Site Parking: On-site parking will be very limited. No reserved parking will available.

WHY:
At SecureView™, we've created a revolutionary way to secure vacant and abandoned properties without exposing their vacancy to onlookers. Designed to look like traditional windows, our patented, recycled, alternative board-up system provides clear views and lets in natural light. This, in turn, enhances marketability and safety, and allows first responders to see inside in the event of an emergency. SecureView™ is also virtually unbreakable, which means it has the wherewithal to protect property from intrusion, and reduce the crime and squatting so often associated with plywood and/or steel board ups.

“SecureView™ is virtually unbreakable and also unnoticeable so that, unlike plywood or steel boarding, it blends seamlessly into the fabric of the neighborhood, maintaining property values,” said SecureView™ Chairman and Co-Founder Robert Klein.

SecureView™ can be modified by the property owner onsite to fit any window, and is quickly and easily installed using a simple but effective compression bolt system. Once in place, SecureView™ proves to be an effective solution to the issue of blight, increasing a property's value due to improved curb appeal, which in turn helps to stabilize the entire neighborhood.

"I am committed to finding a solution to the problem of blight and crime caused by boarded up, vacant properties. I am proud to be hosting the first city-wide demonstration in my district," said Los Angeles Council President Wesson.

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