Drunk Busters Founder Recognized
The founder of Drunk Busters of America in Brownsville recently received national recognition. Last week in Las Vegas at the 2013 National School Safety Conference, Curt Kindschuh was presented with the prestigious National School Safety/Community Safety Award for his many years’ dedication to keeping young people safe. "Curt is one of those individuals that does what he does from the heart," stated Curt Lavarello the National Executive Director of the School Safety Advocacy Council. The popular Drunk Busters Goggles have been seen on many major TV shows, are being used in 72 countries, and are featured at the Police Hall of Fame in Florida and the Crime Museum in Washington, DC. The googles give the wearer a view that simulates intoxication.
In the photo Curt Lavarello (left) National Executive Director of the School Safety Advocacy Council and Curt Kindschuh (right) Founder and Owner of Drunk Busters of America.
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