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ATLANTA – LAWFUEL – Law News Network – Tri-S Security Corp. (NASDAQ: TRIS), a provider of security services and equipment for federal government and private entities, today announced that it has engaged Corporate Communications, Inc. as the company’s investor relations counsel. Corporate Communications specializes in creating investor awareness programs for small- and mid-cap public companies and represents clients in a broad array of industry sectors. Based in Nashville, Corporate Communications was founded in 1975 and is one of the nation’s largest independent full-service investor relations firms in the country with more than 100 clients located throughout the United States.

“Communicating our strategic plans, operational progress and financial performance to both existing and potential shareholders is one of our highest priorities,” said Ronald Farrell, chairman and CEO of Tri-S Security Corp. “We look forward to working with Corporate Communications to develop and implement a best-in-class investor relations and awareness program as we are extremely focused on enhancing shareholder value.”

“Tri-S Security is very well positioned in a large and rapidly expanding market for security services and we look forward to assisting management in communicating the company’s strengths and opportunities to the investing community,” said Kevin Inda, senior vice president and principal of Corporate Communications. “As our principals are directly involved in every detail of our clients’ investor relations activities, I am excited to work with the Tri-S Security management team to enhance the company’s investor relations initiatives and visibility in the financial markets.”

About Tri-S Security Corp.

Based in Atlanta, GA, Tri-S Security Corp. (NASDAQ: TRIS) is a provider of security services and equipment for government and private entities spanning a wide range of industries. Security services include uniformed guards, electronic monitoring systems, personnel protection, access control, crowd control and the prevention of sabotage, terrorist and criminal activities. As a leading aggregator of elite security companies, Tri-S Security is designed to build a strong enterprise in which to service a unique customer base that ensures America’s safety at home and work. Tri-S Security assumes responsibility for the marketing, infrastructure and overall operational performance for its subsidiaries. Tri-S Security’s management leverages highly trained government officers, experienced industry leaders, proven financial executives and infrastructure experts to consolidate the fragmented security industry into one efficient and effective security force.

About Corporate Communications, Inc.

Corporate Communications, Inc., headquartered in Nashville, is one of the oldest and largest independent full-service investor relations firms in the United States. Founded in 1975, Corporate Communications helps publicly held companies “be public” by building credible, compelling and effective investor communications and outreach programs. Corporate Communications is managed by experienced principals, who have been security analysts or who have corporate finance or public company investor relations backgrounds. For more information, visit the Company’s web site at

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