R2P Innovations was featured this morning on ABC’s Good Morning America as a viable deterrent to the ever-increasing threat of active shooter situations in our schools today.
Based in Charleston, South Carolina, R2P Innovations has developed a protective door that will fit seamlessly into existing school doorframes. These doors are resistant to all manner of weapons, up to and including high-powered military-style assault rifles.
Tony Deering, CEO of R2P, has dedicated over 20 years to providing protective vehicles and hardware to our brave men and women in uniform. Four years ago he turned his attention to protecting our schoolchildren, and with the introduction of R2P Level 8 protective doors, classrooms can be turned into safe havens in a matter of seconds.
“We believe that our doors are the last line of defense when all other countermeasures fail to defeat the perpetrators of these tragic events,” said Deering. “Once fitted, the R2P doors will offer unparalleled protection for decades to come.”
These protective doors are considerably less expensive than other Level 8 doors and are significantly lighter than any other bulletproof doors available in the U.S.
After a CNN report that aired May 25, 2018, reporting one school shooting a week had occurred in the year to date, R2P installed three pilot builds in the Charleston County School District, with plans to install more.
Please see link for the ABC news story, which aired today:
R2P Innovations is dedicated to safeguarding our nation’s most valuable asset, our children.
For more information visit r2pdoors.com or call 843-442-5112.
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