Garrett named official supplier for Pan Am games
By Canadian SecurityNews Retail Pan Am Games
Garrett Metal Detectors is joining the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games as its Official Metal Detectors Supplier. Garrett will provide more than 1,200 metal detection products, including 220 walk-through metal detectors and 1,000 hand-held metal detectors for security use at Games venues.
The TORONTO 2015 Games will mark the more than 30 years that Garrett has provided security products to international multi-sport Games venues, which all started with the Los Angeles 1984 Olympic Games, and also included the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games and the Indianapolis 1987 Pan Am Games.
“Garrett Metal Detectors is proud to partner with TO2015 and share their passion to provide a safe and enjoyable environment for athletes, officials and spectators during the TORONTO 2015 Games,” said Henry Tellez, vice-president of international sales and marketing, Garrett Metal Detectors.
The equipment will be used at more than 30 competition venues in 15 different municipalities during the Games.
“We’re pleased to welcome Garrett Metal Detectors to the TORONTO 2015 Games family. The safety and security of everyone at the Games is our top priority,” said Saäd Rafi, chief executive officer of the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games Organizing Committee (TO2015).
Garrett Metal Detectors joins previously announced members of the TORONTO 2015 sponsor family, including: Lead Partner CIBC; Premier Partners Atos, Chevrolet Canada, Cisco, Live Nation Entertainment, and Loblaw Companies Limited; Opening Ceremony Creative Partner Cirque du Soleil; as well as Official Suppliers Allstream, Beanfield Metroconnect, CN Tower, Coca-Cola, Pattison Outdoor Advertising, FUSE Marketing Group, Imperial, McKesson Canada, Molson Coors, Ontario Trillium Foundation, Royal Canadian Mint, Scalar, Schenker of Canada Ltd., Siemens Canada, Toronto Pearson International Airport, the Toronto Star and Official Broadcaster CBC/Radio-Canada.
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