Ronald Farrell, Tri-S Security's Chairman and CEO, will host a conference call to discuss the Company's financial results for the first quarter 2009. The live conference call will take place at 10:00 a.m. EDT on Friday May 15, 2009. The conference call may be accessed by dialing 877-741-4240. Participants should ask for the Tri-S Security First Quarter 2009 Financial Results conference call.
This call is being webcast by Thomson Financial and can be accessed at Tri-S Security's website at http://trissecurity.com. The website may also be accessed at Thomson's website at http://earnings.com. The webcast can be accessed through June 15, 2009 on either site. To access the webcast, you will need to have the Windows Media Player on your desktop. For the free download of the Media Player, please visit:
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About Tri-S Security Corp.
Based in Atlanta, GA, Tri-S Security Corp. (NASDAQ: TRIS) is a provider of security services for government and private entities spanning a wide range of industries. The government sector is serviced through its wholly-owned subsidiary Paragon Systems and the private sector through its subsidiary Cornwall Group. Security services include uniformed guards, 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.