Tuesday, November 27, 2007

WomenOnGuard.com Makes Pepper Spray Donation To a Women’s Crisis Center in Texas

When WomenOnGuard.com launched its website in October 2006, they vowed to help in the prevention of violent crimes against women. WomenOnGuard.com donates 25 pepper spray products each month to a non-profit organization, which helps in the prevention and recovery of crimes committed against women.

Indian Beach, NC November 15, 2007. Every month, the owners of the website http://WomenOnGuard.com donates 25 pepper spray products to an organization whose purpose is prevention and assistance in the war against violent crimes committed against women. Susan Eaton, co-principal of WomenOnGuard.com, states that, “Prevention is key. If we can assist in providing a means of self-protection to women, which will help in preventing such heinous crimes, that is a very small price for us to pay”.

The websites November recipient is the Rape Crisis Center, Brazos Valley in Bryan, Texas.

Another important issue to keep in mind during the holidays is the celebration parties. People will celebrate more often and it is very important that everyone is aware of who and where their drink is coming from. Do not leave your drink unattended. There are many date-rape drugs on the street.

Ms. Eaton goes on to say that, “there are many and various types and styles of non-lethal, self-defense products that women can carry. Carrying one of these products can aid in the prevention of a potential crime and result in one less victim. Just showing a would-be assailant that you are carrying pepper spray or a stun gun, is a deterrent in itself”.

The website http://WomenOnGuard.com sells non-lethal, self-defense products such as Mace, pepper spray, stun guns, tasers, personal alarms, nanny cams and surveillance equipment for home or office. The newest non-lethal, self-defense product on the market is the Taser C2 Series, made especially for women. It has a small non-gun design; it is lightweight and easy to carry. It is a very popular product in high demand.

Defensive sprays and stun devices should only be purchased by those 18 years of age or older. Pepper spray is legal in all 50 states, however some cities and states have restrictions on sizes and strengths. There are some states where stun devices are illegal. If you are not sure of the legality in your area, you should check with your local city or state attorney’s office. WomenOnGuard.com does have a “State Restrictions” category on its website however, accepts no responsibility for its accuracy or completeness.

Susan Eaton, Co-Principal
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