Thursday, March 3, 2011

Free Child ID Kits provided by David Yates Insurance Agency at WCSA Soccer Picture Day on April 2

Did you know that over 2,000 children are reported missing every day? Quick, could you immediately supply a current picture of your child, if needed? 40% of parents can’t. Do you know your child’s correct weight, eye color, and height? 34% of parents don’t.

When seconds count, rapidly distributing a photo and vital statistics can be the difference between a fast recovery and a prolonged search. Are you prepared?

milk&cop-babyAs part of my community service efforts, I provide to all parents, free of charge, the widely regarded m.i.l.k. (Managing Information on Lost Kids) Digital ID kit.

With it, you can instantly print or send via e-mail your child’s photo and identifying information to proper authorities, and also forward it to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), which can broadcast it to over 17,600 police departments across the nation.

This digital ID is not only endorsed by the NCMEC, but was designed at the request of NCMEC.

Let's keep our kids safe!I’ll be handing out free Child ID Kits on Saturday, April 2, 2011 at the Williamson County Soccer Association (WCSA) picture day from 7:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.. Look for my booth at the entrance to the indoor soccer arena at 1878 Downs Boulevard, Franklin TN 37064. It’s where teams will have their team pictures taken, starting at 7:30 a.m.

What’s more, I’ll have my digital camera on hand and will offer to take a head-and-shoulders picture of your child(ren), put it on a CD and hand it to you, all within about 2 minutes. You’ll also get a do-it-yourself fingerprinting kit. Everything is free of charge.

I’ve been providing this complimentary service to parents and grandparents for the past 5 years now. Even if your child doesn’t play soccer, you’re welcome to come by. For more details, please call me at 615-778-1816.



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