Champion Rescue Tools Unveils New Corporate Website

Upland, CA, March 4, 2009 - Champion Rescue Tools, the leader in next-generation, hydraulic rescue tools able to access the passenger compartments of the safest, 5-star crash rated vehicles, unveils its new corporate web site, www.championrescuetools.com...


Upland, CA, March 4, 2009 - Champion Rescue Tools, the leader in next-generation, hydraulic rescue tools able to access the passenger compartments of the safest, 5-star crash rated vehicles, unveils its new corporate web site, www.championrescuetools.com.

The highlights of this new web site include:

  • Technical specification comparisons between Champion's rescue tools and each industry competitor using an easy-to-use drop down box;
  • " Training video from Champion's no-cost 5-Star Extrication Training Academy classes and class registration details;
  • " Complete set of downloadable Champion product brochures with all technical specifications;
  • " Downloadable user manuals.

"Champion Rescue Tools has always been in business to save lives, so we wanted our new web site to provide the information to allow informed rescue tool purchase decisions," said Alan Discount, Champion Rescue Tools' CEO. "Our new web site provides the most comprehensive technical comparison of rescue tools available today."

"We are also excited to share streaming video highlights of our inaugural 5-Star Extrication Training Academy classes," continued Discount. "Seeing our tools easily cut up over $200,000 of brand new Volvos is an amazing sight given the growing rescue concerns of fire fighters with new car construction technology."

Champion Rescue Tools, www.championrescuetools.com, is the technology leader in next generation, hydraulic rescue tools for the first responder. The company's patented line of vehicle extrication tools is proving to be the most effective and efficient tools to remove victims of serious vehicle accidents, particularly in the safest cars being manufactured today. Founded as Patton Hydraulics in 1978, the company has built specialty hydraulic tools for a variety of industrial applications for customers including GM, Ford, Toyota, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Honda, and Chrysler. Champion is the sponsor, along with Volvo and leading fire equipment manufacturers, of the no-cost 5-Star Extrication Training Academy.