Coquitlam, Canada, October 02, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Seon is pleased to kick off National Bullying Prevention Month by announcing that they will donate a portion of the proceeds of every bus camera system sold between October 1st and December 31st to anti-bullying education and awareness campaigns like, “The Bully Project.” It is expected that the total donation could amount to upwards of $25,000.
“Bullying is a growing epidemic among school-aged children — our school bus cameras capture evidence of it every day,” says Terry Akiyama, President of Seon. “This year we wanted to go one step further to help fund community efforts to stomp out bullying.”
In addition to the corporate donation, Seon has a number of initiatives planned to help celebrate National Bullying Prevention Month in October. To promote their ”NO BULLIES ON MY BUS” campaign, Seon is holding a coloring contest, publishing an anti-bullying blog series, and distributing anti-bullying buttons at the National Association for Pupil Transportation’s (NAPT) Annual Conference and Tradeshow, October 18-24.
“Bullying can happen anywhere — in the classroom, on the playground, online, but it often starts on the ride to school,” says Akiyama. “We believe that creating a safe and respectful environment on the school bus can go a long way in preventing bullying. We encourage everyone to participate in our campaign and support this worthy cause.”
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Seon provides completely integrated video, routing, and tracking solutions for school transportation and public transit. Seon’s innovative line of surveillance and fleet management products help passenger transportation record and wirelessly download on-board security video, plan safe & efficient routes, and track vehicles and passengers in real-time. With over 4,000 customers, Seon continues to be the partner of choice for mobile surveillance for passenger transportation. Visit our web site at www.seon.com for more information.