Damsel in Defense has dozens of products with one mission: safety.
"There's a lot of places where you can't carry firearms, but you can carry something along this line," said Tim Selvey.
He sells a flashlight with an alarm. If could also help with roadside assistance.
"Let's say you're broke down on the side of the road, it has magnets on the end of it so you can stick in on the side of the car," he said.
He also sells an ink pen that's a striking tool. It collects the DNA of your attacker.
Jeff Cvitak with Martial Arts USA will give hands-on presentations for the kids.
"We want to help you out. We want to make your life a little safer and a little better," he said.
He wants to make sure kids know what to do, if they're ever in a situation like what happened to Hailey Owens. Five years ago in Springfield, she was abducted and murdered.
"If she could have bought just another five or ten seconds that could have dramatically changed what the outcome was," said Cvitak.
We have nearly fifty vendors all based on safety and security. Safe and Sound Saturday runs from 9am-3pm at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds this Saturday.