New Pepper Spray from SABRE and Kuros! Helps Women Worldwide
Proceeds from the Kuros! SABRE Red Pepper Spray Provides Personal Safety to Women in Developing Nations
SABRE, the #1 pepper spray trusted by police and consumers worldwide, has teamed up with Kuros!™, a company dedicated to providing women in developing nations with self-defense tools, to create a new pepper spray movement. Kuros!™ pepper spray not only provides SABRE Red’s most practical on-the-go option to U.S. consumers, but also helps give women around the world a fighting chance™. Proceeds from each domestic purchase will help provide women who otherwise couldn’t afford it with their own SABRE Red pepper spray.
The Kuros!™ Key Case Pepper Spray with Quick Release Key Ring adds a new, bright teal color to the SABRE product line and provides practical protection at a safe distance (10 feet). The canister contains approximately 25 bursts and is protected by a durable key case with finger grip that helps you aim pepper spray in the right direction, improving accuracy and product retention.
CEO of SABRE David Nance says, “Our main goal is to help people stay safe. We are thrilled to be working with a company like Kuros!™ whose mission is to do that on a global scale. The great thing about this product is by taking the step to protect yourself or a loved one here, your purchase is helping someone abroad protect themselves, too.”
Proceeds from the Kuros!™ Key Case Pepper Spray with Quick Release Key Ring go toward providing SABRE pepper spray to women in need. The two models offer the same range, amount of bursts, 4-year shelf life and police-grade heat. Pepper spray canisters are distributed to women during pepper spray “drops” coordinated and led by Kuro Tawil, Kuros!™ founder. So far the company has completed successful product donation drops in India and South Africa; the next drop is slated for August 2015 in El Salvador.
“Kuros!™ is about empowering women everywhere by giving the option of self-defense to those at-risk who couldn’t otherwise afford it,” says Kuro Tawil, Founder of Kuros!™ . “So naturally we are extremely excited about our partnership with SABRE, because we believe in their product. We believe that the pepper spray we are giving these women around the world is the very best available.”
Kuros!™ pepper spray is available for immediate purchase online at www.sabrered.com. To order Kuros!™ in bulk for your store, contact Aimee Johnson at email@example.com.
SABRE, the #1 pepper spray trusted by police and consumers worldwide, is family owned and operated with four decades of experience and is the leading brand in personal and home safety. The company’s law enforcement grade pepper sprays provide consumers with the same superior quality chosen exclusively by the New York Police Department, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and law enforcement agencies worldwide. SABRE has trained 3,500 officers around the globe on the use of force and how to use pepper spray. SABRE also has a line of consumer personal alarms and home security systems, and is dedicated to educating its customers. SABRE’s Personal Safety Academy is available through certified instructors around the world to help teach personal safety skills to SABRE users. Learn more at www.sabrered.com, on Facebook at ‘SABRE-Security Equipment Corporation’, on Twitter @SabreRed or on Instagram @SabreSafety.
ABOUT Kuros! ™
Kuros!™ believes that having the means to defend oneself is a basic human right, and that the ability for a woman to physically defend herself not only drastically changes her chances of survival, but also changes her outlook on life. For these reasons, Kuros!™ is dedicated to providing women with an opportunity to take their protection - and their lives - into their own hands. The Kuros!™ pepper spray donation drops so far have demonstrated that pepper spray is a powerful way for women to gain peace of mind, confidence and optimism. Kuros!™ also sells handmade goods, a program that gives women access to a revenue stream. Learn more at www.kuros.org, on Facebook at ‘Kuros Project’ and on Instagram @kurosproject.