About Worth Protection Security
Self defense products and safety equipment are an unfortunate necessity in today's society. Worth Protection Security was started in December 2006 as an online source for stun guns, pepper sprays, knives, home protection, Mace, pepper foam, child safety, personal alarms, voice changers, safety lights, diversion safes, hand held metal detectors, home alarms, Tasers, instructional fighting DVDs and much more.
About the CEO
Hi, my name is Rob Cook. The better part of my life has been devoted to some form of self defense or defense related activity. As a teen, I studied Tae Kwon Do for over three years. Soon after I enlisted in the U.S. Army, when I spent a year in Korea (studied another year of Tae Kwon Do), followed by 5 years in Fort Lee, Virginia working for a Software Development Center. After completing six years in the military, I spent some time working for a civilian surveillance camera company.
The last 8 years I have been working for a major U.S. Defense contractor as an Information Systems Security Manager, and more recently a Software Build/Release Engineer. I have also spent the past several years studying American Kenpo Karate, and also taught martial arts to 4-13 year old children.
Along the way I also picked up an Associates Degree in Graphic Design and a Bachelors in Marketing Management.
After spending time with my family, I am devoting a great deal of time trying to help others by supplying education and products to those wishing to protect themselves and their families.
About the CSO
Hi, my name is Sam Cook. Although I am only 1 1/2 years old, my job responsibilities as the Chief Security Officer of Worth Protection Security include home security, playing fetch and chewing on my bully stick. I have quite the bark for my size, so watch out!
I am told I am half Labrador, half Gordon Setter, but time will tell if I have some Rottweiler or Doberman in me once I grow up some. At this point it is hard to tell.
I am a relatively new employee here, being rescued from the pound about a year ago but I am really excited about my new position and love my new home. There is a nice big fenced in yard to play in, so when I'm not on patrol I have plenty of room to run around, play and exercise.
It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to you, but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection could be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your personal well-being? Be prepared!
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