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Mace Central Station brings Christmas cheer to many children in Southern California

HORSHAM, Pa. – December 28, 2010 – Mace Central Station (CS) and its employees made Christmas a reality for many children in the southern California area that would have otherwise gone without one.

MaceCS_ChrsitmasMace CS employees spent the year saving money by recycling soda cans. Many employees also made personal donations in addition to the central station contributions. The money was used to purchase toys that were donated to 58 children at the Calicinto Ranch in San Jacinto, CA.

Calicinto Ranch is a nonprofit facility committedto reaching children of prisoners and giving them a life changing experience. Calicinto ranch has several different outreach programs designed to break the cycles of at-risk youth of incarcerated parentsThis year the ranch brought Christmas to almost 1,500 children. For more information about the Calicinto Ranch, visit:

According to Morgan HertelVice President & General Manager of Mace CS, “We are excited for a couple of reasons, one was that we used money from recycled products this year but more importantly in this tough economy it made me proud of the staff and Mace CS to take the time to plan this all year and then to bring to fruition at the end. We are already planning and saving for next year.”

About Mace Central Station (Mace CS)
Located in Anaheim, California, Mace CS. is a national UL listed central station that monitors approximately 40,000 end user accounts on behalf of approximately 300 dealer clients. Mace CS, Inc. also provides high quality nationwide video monitoring services, including CCTV, IP and other configurations. The Mace CS website is:

About Mace
Mace Security International, Inc. is a manufacturer of personal defense and electronic surveillance products marketed under the famous brand name Mace®, and the owner and operator of a wholesale central monitoring station. Mace’s web site is

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