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Discount Two-Way Radio recently donated some RCA RDR2500 two-way radios to Roosevelt Community4U. a New Jersey Food Bank that helps feed more than 350 families a week. Discount Two-Way Radio recently helped Roosevelt Comunityh4U, a community food bank that has been overwhelmed by the demand for food in throughout the State of New Jersey. By donating some RCA two-way radios, the food bank allowed volunteers to seamlessly coordinate deliveries, collaborate more productively, and communicate more efficiently.
While safety and security should be a priority all year round, store owners, managers, and security directors should pay even closer attention to these matters during the holidays. Discount Two-Way Radio assembled some good suggestions to beef-up your retail security during the Holidays and beyond.
The two-way radio and professional wireless equipment have been used by the United States military since 1923, and Discount Two-Way Radio has been an important part of supplying the armed forces of the United States with two-way radio equipment for nearly a quarter century. Recently, the Assistant Secretary to the United States Navy recognized Discount Two-Way Radio for its stellar work and dedication during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
For nearly a quarter century, Discount Two-Way Radio has been a proud supporter of the United States military. From supplying our troops the very best RCA two-way radio equipment to helping former combat veterans find quality work, Discount Two-Way Radio has always been at the "tip of the spear" when it comes to supporting our armed forces.
Today’s business world moves fast and so to stay one step ahead of the competition and both eyes in front of the curve, you need to maximize your communications equipment. One of the simplest and most cost effective ways to keep your communications flowing is to incorporate professional grade RCA audio accessories like RCA Earpieces and Surveillance Kits into you two-way radio equipment. Read more about people choose RCA audio accessories.
Two-way radio technology is critically important to businesses, organizations, and schools. But to make 2-way radios function, you must have battery power. That’s why battery life is incredibly important for keeping your two-way radios functioning on a day-to-day basis. Battery power keeps communication moving and when communication moves, productivity and safety increase.
Ever since Motorola introduced one of the earliest two-way radios in the 1920’s, it was obvious that walkie talkie technology would be able to positively impact office environments and help employees become more productive. Even as more technology gets introduced into the work environment, and technological advances overhaul business models, two-way radios continue to be one of the most important tools to improve worker efficiency, productivity, and safety.
Recently one of the nation's largest water and wastewater treatment utility firms came to Discount Two-Way Radio (DTWR) to help improve their safety and communications. Read how DTWR introduced the RCA Intrinsically Safe RDR4360 to help them improve the overall efficiency for their wastewater treatment operations.
Industry: Water Treatment
Customer: Pennsylvania American Water
Product: RCA RDR4360 Intrinsically Safe 2-way radio
Problem: The company needed an affordable but powerful intrinsically safe two-way radios to communicate between crew members who need to inspect, repair or clean sewage storage tanks.
Solution: Exclusive Discount Two-Way Radio Free Demo-Program that allowed the company to “test drive” heavy-duty intrinsically safe two-way radios to determine if they would be powerful enough to penetrate super thick concrete containers.
If you work in the construction, education, warehousing, logistics, or janitorial industries then you probably use 2-way radios. However, do you know how to sanitize your radios? This article outlines exactly how to keep your radios clean, especially during the COVID-19 era.
Read about how Discount Two-Way Radio provide the Orange County Animal Care Center professional grade two-way radios to help the facility improve communication and coordination. The facility took in more than 30,000 dogs, cats, bunnies, and other pets in 2019. Whether ill, injured, or ill-tempered, the center receives pets from people who can no longer care for them, and pets that are no longer wanted. The center provides services to the cities of Anaheim, Brea, Cypress, Fountain Valley, Fullerton, Orange, Huntington Beach, Santa ana, Lake Forest, Tustin, Placentia, San Juan Capistrano, Villa Park, and Yorba Linda.