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SpeedGuard™ 'Pro' Rail Guard

By Rob Husted



                                                                                             When I first heard about this product I was a skeptic.

                                                                                              Then I met David Emmons at the Nightclub and Bar                                                                                                      Show in Orlando, FL. He talked with me about his                                                                                                          product's importance in our industry and how I should                                                                                                  try one out and see what I thought.


About a month later a package arrived at Club Safari addressed to me. I opened it up and to my surprise it was a SpeedGuard Professional rail guard. Now I had no excuse but to try it out.

At the end of the night I installed it behind my bar, which takes just seconds. The next night I came to work and forgot about the SpeedGuard rail guard. I leaned over my well to make my first drink and Whhhooaaaa! That felt nice. Kind of like when you first put your head on your pillow to go to sleep. I immediately leaned into it again to feel how soft it was on my shins. I can't believe that in my ten years of Bartending I didn't get these earlier to protect my Knees & shins from all those years of abuse

After that night I was convinced. This is what David Emmons has to say about his product: "SpeedGuard Products eliminate the discomfort associated with crashing into and leaning against the hard-cold stainless steel corners and rails behind the bar while bartenders prepare and serve drinks to customers. Our products have an added value, protection against liquor bottle breakage. We carry a wide range of patented products to fit every application."

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