Self Defense US Drop Shipping & Personal Safety Survival Gear Campaign Launched

A new campaign has been launched by Safety Technology, with a callout for more authorized dealers to join the team. It represents a chance for entrepreneurs to sell great products through drop shipping.

Jacksonville, United States - September 11, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Safety Technology has launched a new campaign for authorized dealers to join the team and help more customers stay protected wherever they go. The safety and protection company has been in business since 1986, and in that time has become known as a leader in the field.

More information can be found at: https://safetytechnology.org

The new campaign launch allows entrepreneurs and business owners to get involved in a highly engaged market. By signing up as an authorized dealer, entrepreneurs can sell self defense products and protective items through drop shipping.

Safety Technology explains that the team offers authorized dealers the best possible service, selection, quality and wholesale prices. This means they can showcase the products as their own and sell them with confidence.

Michael Gravette, the President of Safety Technology, launched the company with the aim of helping more people to stay protected. Now through this new campaign, authorized dealers can bring the products range to a wider audience.

Products include pepper sprays, hidden cameras, survival gear, home protection, and personal safety items.

One of the key benefits of signing up to be an authorized dealer is that the entrepreneur doesn’t need to have any of their own stock. Safety Technology can handle all of the order processing for each dealer.

The team at Safety Technology will handle every aspect of the sale for the dealer, and put the dealer’s name and address on the shipping label. This ensures that it looks just like the product was delivered by them.

Drop shipping allows entrepreneurs to offer a broad product offering and get access to the best items on the market. It also means they can reduce their initial investment and get selling faster.

A recent signup said: “I can’t say enough about Mike and his staff. Selling the best line of safety and personal security products on the internet isn’t just a business with Mike, but a deep belief in providing people with a means of protecting themselves and their loved ones from personal harm. I have been a distributor with Safety Technology for 6 years now, and couldn’t be happier with my association. Thanks Mike!”

Full details of the new campaign can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Michael Gravette
Email: Send Email
Organization: Safety Technology
Address: 1867 Caravan Trail #105, Jacksonville, FL 32216, United States
Phone: +1-904-720-2188
Website: https://www.safetytechnology.org

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88917656

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