Bring on the Drones

| January 15, 2019

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Drones! They’re everywhere. Drones are invading our skies, they’re in the news, and if some retailers get their way, they’ll soon be on our front steps. As Americans, we have a fascination with these futuristic, unmanned planes, and why not. Drone technology can help save lives, track and protect wildlife, and from a logistics standpoint drones may revolutionize the delivery services industry.

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