Blog

blog3

BEING “LOCAL” IS BEING PART OF THE COMMUNITY!

Posted by in Blog Posts | 0 comments

Community steps up to help Austin Zoo following burglary

An overnight burglary, discovered at the Austin Zoo just hours before it opened on July Fourth, left the non-profit short $30,000 in cash and equipment. But now, the zoo says a flood of donations is helping them recover some of those losses.

Friday morning staff arrived to find the gift shop and front office ransacked.

“I couldn’t believe it,” said Executive Director Patti Clark. “I think I was just absolutely overwhelmed that somebody would come and do this to a non-profit that takes care of animals. I mean it’s taking from our animals.”

They also took off with security cameras, radios, charging stations, a computer and dart guns.

“We’ve been trying to clean up the mess. We’ve had to replace doors already. We still have gates to replace. We’re starting to make our list of exactly what we’re missing,” she explained.

Clark said donations started pouring in almost immediately.

“It’s so gratifying! We had no idea we had so many friends!” she laughed.

Dyezz Surveillance and Security is donating new cameras. A locksmith from Buda already put in new locks at no cost. And many have given money and even setup an account online.

“It’s just so heartwarming to know people really do care about what we do out here and they care about our rescue animals and they want to help us out of this hole that somebody put us in,” Clark said. “When I walked in and I was by myself in the gift shop and I saw the destruction that someone had created for us to deal with I felt really alone and now all of us are starting to have smiles on our faces again. People are coming up to us and offering to make donations, offering assistance and we all feel like we’re all part of a generous and loving community.”

If you would like to help, a Go Fund Me account has been set up and you can find all of the information on the zoo’s website.

The sheriff’s office is investigating and there are no suspects at this time.

http://www.kvue.com/story/news/local/2014/07/06/community-helps-austin-zoo/12272543/

blog7714.2.1

WE ARE NeVER TOO FAR

Posted by in Blog Posts | 0 comments

blog1214.4

 

At Dyezz, we’re committed to bringing you the best surveillance options and service available. With offices in Dallas, San Antonio, El Paso, and our central headquarters located in Austin, you can find us in virtually any city across Texas, and as our company grows, so will the number of areas we serve. Check out the list below for a comprehensive view of our service areas. Click on a map to learn more about Dyezz Surveillance in your city, and please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about surveillance in your area.

CAUGHT IN THe ACT

Posted by in Blog Posts | 0 comments

Summer Pranks Caught on Tape!

Catching the kids on security cameras in Austin – leaving and open can of  green beans on door step…

Blog7214.1

 

Blog7214.2

Blog7214.3

 

 

 

SMaRT HOME TECHNOLOGY AT YOUR FINGERTiPS

Posted by in Blog Posts | 0 comments

Blog7114.2

Blog7114.3

Blog7114.1

 

http://www.homecontroldemo.com/

THeN AND NoW

Posted by in Blog Posts | 0 comments

We are proud to be a part of this beautifully renovated historical landmark in Dallas

blog63014.3

 

THEN

Jarvis Hunt’s Union Terminal began in 1914, Texas railroads already had gained a lot of steam. Nine passenger lines served Dallas, which was the state’s first rail crossroads and owed its status as a commercial center to that fact. But that success meant problems for the city: Freight trains ran through the heart of downtown, and passenger terminals were spread many blocks apart. Dallas leaders knew that a “union station” would consolidate train traffic in one location, making streets safer.  Dallas Union Terminal officially opened the same day as the State Fair of Texas, Oct. 14, 1916. The new station was designed to handle as many as 50,000 passengers a day, and as many as 80 trains a day once passed through it. The last privately-owned passenger train left Union Station on May 31, 1969, and Amtrak took over passenger service in 1971.

blog63014.1

NOW

In 2008 the building underwent a $23 million renovation and has been restored to its former glory. Various upper-level rooms are rented out for private parties, meetings and receptions, and there is office space available for commercial lease. It is home to an Amtrak station and a Dallas station for the Trinity Railway Express commuter line, and it serves as a DART light-rail station. Union Station is linked by underground tunnel to Reunion Tower and Hyatt Regency Dallas.

From distinguished dinners and stylish weddings to corporate functions and special events, Union Station has a variety of flexible, unique spaces to meet your needs. Our staff will work with you to determine which details are right for your event, so it goes exactly as planned.

DYEZZ APPAReL

Posted by in Blog Posts | 0 comments

 

 

 

 

 

 

blog&fb63014.2

blog&fb63014.1