SARASOTA, Fla. – SRN, Inc. (www.srn1000.com), the company that created a portable barrier system for concealing accidents, is furthering its mission to end rubbernecking nationally by expanding its reselling marketing, most recently with D-Unity Group, LLC in Atlanta, Ga.
SRN, Inc. is focused on recruiting reseller team members with a military background like Roger Vaughn and Stacy Vaughn of D-Unity Group to join its team of resellers. The duo will be selling the SRN1000, a privacy screen and barrier used mostly for law enforcement that protects victims of accidents and their families from prying eyes, nationally.
“Over 16 percent of all secondary automobile accidents is the result of driver rubbernecking,” said Roger Vaughn, president of D-Unity Group, LLC. “The SRN 1000 system is just good common sense. Privacy is of the utmost concern when it comes to auto accidents and crime scenes as well as an utilization for a multitude of other events.”
Roger Vaughn is an executive professional with over 20 years of experience with the Air Force and other government agencies. He has a diverse background stemming from contracting for the Department of Defense to working as an independent business consultant. He received his master’s degree from the University of Phoenix in Tucson, Ariz. and a bachelor’s degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Stacy Vaughn, vice president & managing partner of D-Unity Group LLC, has over 20 year of experience as former government service employee and a federal contractor for the Department of Defense in the various areas of contracting. She holds a master’s degree in business administration and a bachelor’s degree in human services from University of Arizona, Tucson, Ariz.
The couple hosts Veterans with a View, an Internet radio show on The Better You Network. The show’s purpose is to highlight veteran-owned businesses, veterans and the small businesses making a difference in our society.
The SRN1000 is an easy-to-use and durable barricade system provides privacy, safety and security by quickly blocking and barricading accident scenes, restricted zones and hazardous areas from public view. Weighing in at only about 50 pounds, the SRN1000 product fits into a wheeled carrying case about the size of a typical golf bag. The system uses a series of reflective lights and magnets to create a barrier that is 6 feet tall and 12 feet wide.
The family-run and -operated Florida business proudly serves law enforcement, first responders and government agencies. The SRN1000 has been used for emergency management, crime scene investigation, military operations, disaster relief and traffic and crowd control.
About SRN, Inc.
The company was founded in Bradenton, Fla. Carl Cannova designed the SRN1000 with help from RoBrady, a design company in Sarasota, Fla. Cannova and his wife, SRN, Inc. CEO Tommie Cannova, have worked along with their son Phillip, vice president of sales, to reach new customers and find other departments that can benefit from the use of the portable barrier systems. For more information about the company and the SRN1000, visit www.srn1000.com or the company’s Facebook page.