James Towle and “Stop The Threat” join other Title Sponsors on
Lights, Sights & Lasers US Tour.
Fort Mohave, AZ (February 4, 2016) – Khyber Interactive Associates, a world-class emergency response training, research, consulting company and developer of the annual Lights, Sights & Lasers US Tour, today announced that the acclaimed television show “Stop the Threat” and its host James B. Towle has joined other notable organizations as a title sponsor of the Annual Lights, Sights & Lasers US Tour.
In announcing the sponsorship, Lights, Sights & Lasers director and lead trainer Wes Doss said, “James and the team from “Stop the Threat” have supported Khyber and the tour from behind the scenes for the last two seasons and are excited to now be an official sponsor.”
Doss added, “With “Stop the Threat” airing on the Pursuit Channel and the The Hunt Channel, this is one of the most significant tour sponsorships ever announced, reflecting its growth and reach at the national level.”
“We are thrilled to support the 2016 Lights, Sights and Lasers US Tour since this event represents an incredible opportunity to bring additional accredited training to firearms instructors and tactical officers throughout the country. This highly acclaimed training reinforces “Stop the Threat’s” philosophy of ‘be safe, be trained, and be alert’ and helps improve public safety through continued education and training,” said Towle.
Towle added, “Thanks to Wes Doss’ unparalleled tactical training, this event has become a must-attend for any law enforcement and military personnel.”
About the Annual Lights, Sights & Lasers US Tour™:
The Lights, Sights & Lasers US Tour is intended for firearms instructors and tactical officers along with law enforcement and military personnel assigned to specialty details/assignments. This one-day (eight hour) accredited workshop is being held in 20 locations throughout the US and is free to the attending student. For additional tour information, visit http://www.LSLUSTour.com. Class sizes are limited and pre-registration is required.
Follow the Tour on www.facebook.com/LightsSightsLasers.
About Khyber Interactive Associates, LLC:
Arizona-based Khyber Interactive Associates (Khyber), founded in 1992, is a multi-disciplined emergency response training, research and consulting company recognized worldwide for delivering unparalleled tactical training services to law enforcement, military, security and private sector clients. The company, led by renowned tactical subject matter expert Wes Doss, has been providing comprehensive training and operational support in the United States, Canada, Central America, Asia and Europe for more than 20 years.
Khyber’s proven, real-world training programs are designed to enhance the conditioning, mechanical skills and psychological performance of the trainees. Khyber programs, available for both individuals and teams, are offered at select training facilities and host agencies world-wide. Khyber’s specialized services range from precision weapons and VIP security courses to defense tactics and K-9 operations programs.
For more information on Khyber or to view the full range of programs offered, visit www.Khybertraining.com.
About James B. Towle and “Stop The Threat”:
Stop the Threat” is a round-table discussion on personal defense tactics and education hosted by James B. Towle. Each week, a panel of law enforcement experts join Towle to discuss the reenactment of true crime incidents that occurred throughout the US and offer the audience sound information to better protect themselves and their family. Towle often asks the viewers to consider “when to shoot or when to retreat”.
Towle is a writer, hunter, sporting clays/trigger sports competitor and gun enthusiast who supports American sportsman traditions and responsible legally-armed carry.
“Stop the Threat” currently airs on the Pursuit Channel and on the Hunt Channel. Join in the discussion at www.facebook.com/stopthethreat.tv.
For more information about Stop The Threat or James B. Towle, please visit www.StopTheThreat.tv or contact Towle at firstname.lastname@example.org