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Pinless security tag doesn't damage goods.

Universal Surveillance Systems : 14 January, 2008  (New Product)
USS has introduced a retail security tag that doesn't leave holes in the merchandise but provides the right level of protection against theft.
Universal Surveillance Systems (USS) continues the expansion of its cutting edge anti-theft tag line with the introduction at the NRF Big Show of its revolutionary breakthrough "Cobra Pinless Tag". Consumers have been demanding a solution to security tags that create holes and damage merchandise. The Cobra, with its amazing pinless design, is the brilliant solution retailers have been waiting for and are eager to buy.

According to the 2006 National Retail Security Survey, theft from stores, including employee and vendor theft, costs the American public $41.6 billion annually. For over four decades, security tags with pins have been the only solution in retail loss prevention programs to combat growing merchandise theft, but with unintended consequences: pin damage to merchandise resulting in retailer and consumer aggravation.

"Not anymore," states Adel Sayegh, President and CEO of USS. "The groundbreaking USS Cobra, with its innovative micro teeth, clamps firmly but gently onto products without damage."

The sleek compact design adds a touch of class to the product's presentation while housing state-of-the art technology that integrates with existing industry security systems.

"Consumers should be excited and eager to purchase new 'damage free' merchandise from US retailers," said Sayegh. "Consumers will be thrilled to know that retailers are working to reduce both theft and security tag pin holes, which ultimately enhances the consumers overall shopping experience."

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