Nearly 10 Years Later…“Joe the Plumber” Father of Four, Has New Mission to Save Kids Lives
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In 2008 Samuel Wurzelbacher a.k.a “Joe the Plumber,” gained national attention after a very publicized front-yard confrontation with Presidential running candidate Barack Obama.
Nearly 10 years later, Wurzelbacher is back in the spotlight with a new mission, one unlike his past politically charged efforts stating, “This is a 180 degree new chapter in my story.”
As a father of four, Wurzelbacher was deeply touched by the tragic loss of 15-year-old Christian Garcia, who died while holding the classroom door closed during the Santa Fe High School shooting. Killed by gunshots through the door, his heroic efforts helped to save the lives of fellow classmates.
Turning his energy, passion, and efforts towards helping to save students like Garcia from barricading doors with their lives, Wurzelbacher is reaching out to schools with a new device called SwiftShield. Designed to quickly lock down a classroom or office within seconds, it is the fastest, easiest, and most cost-effective way to do so.
Swiftshield has already reached out to the Santa Fe School system with a new nationwide initiative called “S.O.S.” or “Shield Our Schools,” offering to provide the device free to all their schools.
For more information on S.O.S. and the SwiftShield, visit shieldourschools.com and swiftshield.com.