3 Sixty Secure Announces Protective Services Agreements With Retail Cannabis Stores
ALMONTE, Ontario, June 26, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — 3 Sixty Risk Solutions Ltd. (“3 Sixty” or the “Company”) (CSE: SAFE) (OTCQB: SAYFF) (FSE: 62P2) will provide static security guarding services for a number of retail locations (more than 10) across Ontario. Contracts range from one to three years in duration with the possibility of extension. The Company will provide safety and security services up to seven days per week, 10am until 10pm, and allows for 14 day invoicing and payment. 3 Sixty will also ensure its security personnel are CannSell certified (mandatory certification educating staff on cannabis products and potential risks).
“We are extremely pleased to be providing a secure environment for cannabis store employees and patrons across Ontario,” said Thomas Gerstenecker, Chairman, a.i., Founder and CEO of 3 Sixty. “We look forward to continued security support within industry and driving forward our 2020 strategy on expanding into other more diverse sectors,” said Gerstenecker.About 3 Sixty Risk Solutions Ltd.3 Sixty Secure Corp, a wholly-owned subsidiary, is a multi-national security services company. 3|Sixty proudly offers customized security solutions to public and private sector clients across the globe. Services include: cash in transit; high value storage; protective services; secured transport; high risk training, personal protection, and security risk management consulting. 3 Sixty has a staff of over 600 employees and operates a fleet of over 120 vehicles, with seven secure facilities nationwide and a combined security footprint of approximately 35 million square feet of patrolled area across Canada.Further Information.For further information regarding the Company, please contact:Kelly Anne King
Manager, Corporate Services
1 (866) 360-3360
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