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Hardwire's feature on 47 ABC's Made On Delmarva

POCOMOKE CITY, Md. - A little bit of protection in the right place, can help subtract bullets from the equation.

 

Las Vegas Nevada- Largest Mass Shooting in Current U.S. History

Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims, families, and friends of the Las Vegas shooting.

As events like this continue to occur, Hardwire will continue to work tirelessly to provide immediate protection in the event of an active shooter situation.

We have implemented bulletproof whiteboards in concert venues, sports complexes, restaurants and bars as well as personal protection in the form of backpack inserts and body armor. 

Hardwire will continue to work hard in our mission to save as many lives as possible. 

Las Vegas Shooting  NBC News 

Maryland State Police to pilot “B-Kit” Door Armor

ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, June 5, 2017 – Together with Governor Larry Hogan and Maryland State Police Superintendent Colonel William Pallozzi, Hardwire, LLC announces that its Police Vehicle “B-Kit” Door Armor is being piloted by the Maryland State Police.  

Hardwire’s "B-Kit” Door Armor was originally developed as a spin-off of military technology where armor goes onto the outside of a vehicle.  For law enforcement vehicles, the lightweight armor attaches to the outside of the car door and is color-matched so the armor blends in with the existing vehicle. 

The Maryland State Police has initiated a pilot program to explore this new technology on a limited number of vehicles. 

“Recent events around the country have shown that officers need more layers of protection,” said Hardwire’s CEO, George Tunis.  “Armor buys critical time to assess a situation or survive an attack.  It saves lives.” 



Hardwire's Hard Workers Program

The Hardwire’s Hard Workers Program is done in conjunction with Pocomoke Middle School.  Each month, Hardwire recognizes one employee as its “Hardwire Hard Worker.”  Additionally, each month, Pocomoke Middle School recognizes one male and one female as the school’s “Hardwire Hard Workers”.  Each student is given a Hardwire t-shirt, gets a photo taken, and has the chance to talk to Hardwire’s leadership and employees about the importance of hard work in being successful in school and later in life.  The student recognition takes place on the 15th of each month.  February 15, 2017 was the initiation of this program.