CHILD CARE SEMINARS
The president of ATWEC Technologies, Alex Wiley and the board of
director conducted a series of child care safety. The KiddeSystems
technologies were demonstrated, and questions and answers were engaged
during the hour long presentation. On Saturdays of any given weekend
the word is being spead around Memphis, Tennessee. People now know
that ATWEC Technologies, Inc. is on the cutting edge of technology.
With that increased awareness, the troubled industry is being assured
that someone is working hard to make safety and security problems
solved. Mr. Carl Adams, local owner of the Jack and Jill Centers,
hosted the seminar. Day care operators from the immediate area attended
the session. Mr. Adam is far ahead of the industry and has installed
nine KIDDEVOICE units in his creative learning centers. His progessive
and positive attitude exemplifies the model of a concerned owner/director.
His entire staff was on hand to listen and participate in the seminar.
Mr. Adam provided a ringing endorsement of the Kiddesystems technology
and he introduced Mr. Wiley as a" man of creative energy and
ability." It is with that same enthusiam Mr. Adams vehicles
displays the KIDDEVOICE bumper stickers and promotional symbols.
Mr. Wiley thanks Mr. Adams for his support and purchase of the
KIDDEVOICE units. The nine units installed on the Jack and Jill
buses have provided maximum care while transporting children.
Many centers are interested in KIDDEVOICE and the demand is growing.
Recently, the state of Tennessee has issued a survey that suggests
a possibility that mandatory installation is coming. The recent
passage of the Tennessee Child Care Reform Bill is bringing many
changes online. Every seminar conducted is helping the industry
prepare for the day of mandatory child saftey devices.