Rob Reiter

Calpipe Safety Bollards, co-founder of the Storefront Safety Council

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Calpipe Safety Bollards, co-founder of the Storefront Safety Council.

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Vehicle attacks on crowds are on the rise, either by terrorists or dangerous drivers.

Compton-based Calpipe designs bollards for public spaces

Vehicle attacks on crowds are on the rise, either by terrorists or dangerous drivers.

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