Growth is a Source spot

Halifax security firm will be everywhere this summer

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When you go see Paul McCartney July 11 and KISS July 18, and you press up against a few burly security personnel outside the VIP section in order to get a glimpse of your idols, those biceps and pecs protecting the visiting rock stars will be in the employ of Source Security and Investigations (5982 Spring Garden but moving soon to a new national corporate office on Kempt Road, 454-2070). The business started in a Halifax basement in 2002 by Ron Lovett now does event security across Canada, including at Monster Truck shows in Vancouver, protecting Bill Clinton on his recent visits to Halifax and St. John’s, Tiger Woods’ exhibition match at Fox Harb’r and they’ll be watching over those sexy goblins of rock AC/DC in August at their show in Moncton. “I’m the newest member of the group,” says vice-president Darryl Amirault, who reports that after 25 years in other industries he came aboard to help extend the company’s national reach---they employ over 1,200 employees nationwide---and admires Source Security’s “totally unique environment. We can compete with some of the largest security providers in the world from our home of Halifax.” For information on careers---they are recruiting---or to engage their services, call Amirault at the number above or visit their website at sourcesecurity.ca.

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