ESCORT Radar Repeats with 2nd Annual Appearance at Texas Auto Writers
Association 2010 Spring Challenge
ESCORT Radar will be presenting their Passport 9500ix and Passport Qi45 Radar and Laser
Detectors at the Texas Auto Writers Association (TAWA) 2010 Spring Challenge in Fort Worth,
Texas, May 2-3.
West Chester, OH (PRWEB) April 26, 2010 ESCORT Inc, maker of the world's best automotive driving
accessories and radar and laser detectors, will appear for the second straight year at the annual Texas Auto Writers
Association (TAWA) 2010 Spring Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas, May 2-3. ESCORT will continue to promote
their award winning Passport 9500ix GPS-enabled windshield mounted radar and laser detector and also
demonstrate the all new Passport Qi45 Custom Installed radar and laser defense system.
"Just like years past at TAWA, we want to continue to help writers and media outlets communicate advanced
driving solutions for their readers," said Ron Gividen, ESCORT's Media/Marketing Manager. "One example is
that drivers generally accept that ticketing is increasing we are here to help automotive media writers
communicate that we have products that help protect drivers from being targeted and ticketed."
ESCORT points to the increasing national and local independent news stories discussing the use of ticketing as a
means generating needed revenue to avoid budget deficits. And drivers know firsthand about the increasing need
to be aware of the pressing threat of being ticketed. At TAWA, ESCORT will be demonstrating new driving
products that work to help drivers avoid being targeted and ticketed.
The World's First Internet Ready, GPSbased Radar Detector
Category leader ESCORT developed the world's first internet ready, GPS based radar detector the Passport
9500ix windshield mount radar, laser and safety camera detector. With the 9500ix release, ESCORT set a new
technology standard by introducing its patented TrueLock™ feature. TrueLock™ uses GPS technology to
eliminate false alerts by indexin