We decided to create awareness about insecurity due to the hundreds of inquiries we receive on a daily basis from people who want to use our security lights because they are concerned about being robbed again.
The number of anecdotes we hear from customers and people who have just heard about our brand through our security posts is unbelievable. As people who care about the safety of our families, we decided to raise their voices and, with their permission, tell their traumatic stories to create more awareness among family and friends.
Mark's Story: A Wake-Up Call for Insecurity
Mark got home from work late one night, and he was tired. He parked his car in the driveway and went inside. He didn't turn on any lights in the house because he was so tired.
A few minutes later, Mark heard a noise outside. He went to the window and looked out, but he couldn't see anything. It was too dark. He thought it was probably just his imagination, so he went back to bed.
But a few minutes later, Mark heard the noise again. This time, he was sure it was someone outside his house. He got out of bed and went to the window again.
He still couldn't see anything, but he could hear someone moving around in the shadows. He was starting to get scared. He didn't know what to do.
Mark decided to go outside and investigate. He opened the front door and stepped outside. He looked around, but he couldn't see anyone.
Suddenly, he heard a noise behind him. He turned around, and he saw two people standing there. They were looking at his car, and they had flashlights in their hands.
Mark knew then that they were trying to see what was inside his car. He was scared, but he knew he had to do something.
"What are you doing?" Mark asked.
"We're just looking for something," one of the people said.
"What are you looking for?" Mark asked.
"We're looking for our cat," the other person said.
"Your cat?" Mark asked. "But my car is parked in my driveway."
"We know," the person said. "But our cat is small, and he could have gotten under your car."
Mark didn't believe them. He knew that they were just trying to get into his car.
"I don't have your cat," Mark said. "Now, please leave."
"We're not going to leave until we find our cat," the person said.
Mark knew that he had to do something, or they would break into his car. He looked around, and he saw a light switch on the side of the house.
He ran to the light switch and turned on the lights. As soon as the lights came on, the two people ran away.
Mark was relieved. He had escaped being robbed, and he had learned a valuable lesson. He would never park his car in a dark area again.
Mark's anecdote is a reminder of the importance of outdoor lighting in deterring crime. When areas are dark, they are more likely to be targeted by criminals. By installing security lights, homeowners and businesses can make their properties less attractive to criminals and help to keep their communities safe.
After seeing one of our posts Mark wanted to know what we call THE REAL SOLUTION and that's how he's now able to have peace of mind at night.