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Safety always first for Holeys Japan
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Apr '08
Holeys Japan, importer of Holeys (formerly Holeys Soles) products for Japan, always places safety first and foremost for their valued customers.

“From inception Holeys Japan has worked closely with Holeys in Canada to ensure that products are safe and provide the best performance and comfort for customers.” says Jason Millward, President of Holeys Japan. Holeys Japan also states that when used properly and when safety guidelines are followed by escalator makers that Holeys' products pose no safety hazard.

For 2008 Holeys Japan has implemented a Kids Safety Program to draw awareness to safety issues from stranger danger to street and escalator safety. "Since March all new kids products carry special safety messages for kids and parents to remind us of various daily dangers around us” states Jason Millward, President of Holeys Japan.

“My 5 year-old-son wears Holeys everyday and I fully trust that the innovations by Holeys have greatly reduced accident potential but ultimately as a responsible parent it is my duty to ensure that my child practices safety and proper manners when riding on escalators.” further states Jason Millward.

Holeys in Canada states that safety has been a high priority when developing new products over the last several years. As an example, Sole-tek, their new thermo rubber tread creates a more rigid and slip resistant shoe which is less likely to get caught in escalators.

“Our products are designed for people that embrace positive active lifestyles.” states Joyce Groote, President & CEO of Holeys. “Our priority is to consider safety and functionality when innovating new products.”


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