Rescue Swag Story
THE HEART OF RESCUE SWAG
Rescue Swag is much more than "just a First Aid Kit". . .
From a humble beginning to its first big appearance on Shark Tank Australia Series I; the world's first SMART first aid kit, Rescue Swag, was created in response to a need for portable, comprehensive safety response. Developed in rural Australia, Rescue Swag was born from the challenges of an active, outdoor lifestyle. Ranging from minor cuts and broken bones to snake bites and extreme weather, the Australian bush can be dangerous.
Rescue Swag was a natural solution to provide a portable, durable safety solution that delivers peace of mind and enhances the outdoor lifestyle. Founded in 2012, Rescue Swag is proudly Australian designed and owned. With the first line of manufacture coming from the inmates at a Queensland correctional centre sewing program, Rescue Swag is now available online and from retailers with Australia.
The original brains behind this innovative approach to First Aid Kits was Tracey Beikoff, Founder of The Original Rescue Swag, who developed them in 2012.
In July 2019 The Original Rescue Swag was bought by Dii Dunlop, who continues to drive the business from her office based in El Arish, Far North Queensland. Tracey proved the business could operate successfully from regional Australia and Dii is proud to keep it in the Far North. She continues to be as passionate about innovative products that offer meaningful solutions to recreational, industry, defence and foreign aid sectors as Tracey was. Now working on the second generation of Rescue Swag products, the original vision to see every person have safety backup on board, is coming boldly to fruition.
Providing care and safety across a range of activities, including; Mining & services, boating & fishing, living/working in rural Australia or simply enjoying the great outdoors - Rescue Swag delivers protection to the ones we love and ensures you are prepared for anything at any time.
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