Sales skyrocket for company’s bulletproof backpacks and kids’ body armor
SALT LAKE CITY – Demand for one company’s bulletproof backpacks and child-sized body armor has skyrocketed in the aftermath of the shootings in Newtown, Connecticut according to Fox13News.
Amendment II began putting sheets of the armor in children’s backpacks a year ago and until the Newtown shooting only sold a handfull.
Since the shooting demand for the product skyrocketed to the point that their website overloaded. The backpacks retail from $150-300.
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