This latest JDI product is a real winner. It controls lights, siren, door locks, gun lock, trunk release, has built-in radar, an all-band emulation radio transceiver, microwave oven (for that long shift), and even an 8-track tape player.
I know the title of your thread is "Behind The Scenes", but I'll be gosh-darned--youz-guyz ain't not behind the scenes no more!
That's right, today I saw a national TV commercial for Jiffy Lube's service of replacing headlights.
And what did it feature?
None other than several of your mostest-finerest JDI lights!
Congrats on going mainstream!
This article is to refute the Malauwi News Service story published on November 27th.
JDI has been accused yet again of abusing its workers at the Malauwi assembly plant. JDI takes these erroneous accusations seriously, and wish to prove them utterly false.
Malauwi News claims that JDI employees who perform Quality Control on the Intensiti® light bars are having a high incidence of PCSD, or Poly Chromatic Stress Disorder. All JDI workers are provided with the proper eye PPE, and workers employed in this procedure get special glasses.
Critics again claim that this is not enough, and there has been reports of worker blindness; that these glasses fit poorly and offer little protection against the super-bright JDI lightbars. These glasses are just fine, as most of our workers are under the age of 14 anyhow. Further, the news company claims we don’t care for the employees who do happen lose their eyesight. Well, if Malauwi doesn’t have Worker’s Compensation laws, how are we to blame? And why should we foot the bill for their false accusations of sight loss?
JDI remains the leading manufacturer of premium quality emergency response equipment in the world.
I'm so excited about the Haggis line!
I love the new product marketing video JDI made just for the Haggis! However, I suspect a potential lawsuit forthcoming since the Haggis video so VERY closely resembles what Stuartt of Sirennnet, & Loouis of Strobes-N-Nore, do with their product releases. Any comment from JDI's legal team?