Burger and SAFE Team Together

Friday, July 20, 2007
Burger Boat's President David Ross announced the formation of a strategic alliance between Burger Boat Company and SAFE (Strategically Armored and Fortified Environments). SAFE is an authority on effective high-end residential and superyacht security.

"For over 35 years SAFE has designed control systems and security solutions for Governments, businesses and notable individuals worldwide. SAFE's flawless record is unsurpassed and a testament to the effectiveness of its designs." Corbi's designs and concepts have been featured on more than twenty publications and shows in the U.S., including The Today Show, World News Tonight with Peter Jennings, The Oprah Winfrey Show, ABC, NBC, CNN, Extra, Eye on L.A., PBS and USA Today, along with coverage on five continents worldwide.

With Burger's announcement, SAFE security solutions will be available to all of its future clients. An advanced design has already been incorporated into one of the latest Burger projects making her one of the safest yachts afloat.

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