SVK9 Bomb Dogs in Charlotte, NC
SVK9 is proud to provide security services throughout the state of North Carolina, especially the “Queen City” of Charlotte. We perform pre-show sweeps of the venue to ensure there is no explosive devices or firearms present. We also remain throughout the event to ensure no new threats are detected. Our Vapor Wake dogs are able to scan up to 150 people per minute as they pass by without disrupting the normal flow. Having a security presence at your event serves as a strong deterrent for anyone who might cause problems.
Epicenter Festival May 1-3 2020 Charlotte Motor Speedway
For lovers of heavy metal music, Epicenter Festival provides multiple stages of music over three days. Camping is avilable at the Rock City Camping Grounds and there are complimentary shuttles to and from Epicenter during festival hours.
Multiple day events can be difficult for security teams as they prepare. Stealth Vigilance K9 stands ready to collaborate and assist when the call comes. Our dogs are able to scan large crowds for firearms and explosive materials without interrupting the natural flow of traffic. We are ready to perform pre-show sweeps for each of the stages featured at this event to ensure safety for all.
- Lynyrd Skynyrd
- David Lee Roth
- and many more!
More information on Epicenter Festival
Republican National Convention | August 24-27, 2020
For more information visit the RNC in Charlotte.
About Vapor Wake Technology
- Proven and patented canine technology through Auburn University.
- Capable of detecting ”moving” odor hidden explosive on a person.
- Can screen large crowds without impeding traffic flow.
- Effective and non-invasive security service.
- Affordable and friendly to the fan experience.
- Available for immediate deployment.
More information on VaporWake® Services
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