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Lassy Project

Lassy Project

Find Lost Missing People. Faster!

Company Overview

When it comes to a missing person, every second counts. Lassy Project is a free service that gives parents and guardians the ability to notify an entire local community about their missing child or at-risk adult in seconds.

With the single push of a button that sends a text alert, parents and guardians can mobilize a trusted group of family, friends and neighbors immediately to help with their search. This group of community members is called their “network” and they are the most important asset users have if a loved one goes missing. Together, we are helping to bring missing people home through the power of our communities.

That's why:

  • 20+ police departments have endorsed us
  • 5 cities have voted unanimously to support us
  • People in over 4,000 zip codes across every U.S. state have joined us

After listening to our customers, we have worked hard to answer their concerns by adding GPS tracking devices to our system. We are currently Beta testing several devices and will soon offer our customers ways to be alerted should their child or at-risk loved one is not where they should be.

Traction

  • Endorsed by 20 Police Departments

    October, 2015
  • $5 Cost to Acquire Customer with a $300 Lifetime Value

    October, 2015
  • 4,300 Child Profiles Created

    October, 2015
  • $980,000 Pipeline Value

    October, 2015
  • 76% of Users Report They'd Purchase Premium Services

    October, 2015
  • Networks created in over 4,000 zip codes in every state.

    November, 2015

Testimonials

Stephanie Upchurch
Stephanie Upchurch
Found missing person with Lassy Project app
"I called police, and it was him. I was really excited. It was like I helped someone today."
Sgt. Doug Ross
Sgt. Doug Ross
Police Sergeant
"We recognize the value of Lassy Project uniting with the strength of our community to find missing people. "
Com. Ian Lopez
Com. Ian Lopez
Police Commander
"Lassy Project quickly gives us the ability to network with other departments of the city; public works, parks and rec. so that they can keep their eyes out for the missing person."
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