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Frontline Best of Omaha B2B 2013

This January, 18,000 businesses got the change to vote on the Best of B2B Businesses whose primary customers are other businesses.  The complete list of winners was published in the Spring Issue of B2B Omaha.  You may view this issue online at www.readonlinenow.com. This is the second consecutive year that Frontline Private Security has been voted #1 in the Best of B2B contest’s Building...

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Gallup Certifies Frontline Private Security

Over the course of 2012, Frontline Private Security participated in the Gallup Entrepreneurship Acceleration System (EAS).  The Gallup EAS is a program sponsored by Gallup, the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce, The Nebraska Department of Economic Development and the University of Nebraska. “Gallup’s EAS combines the best of existing entrepreneurial development thinking with...

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Frontline Officers Featured in OWH

Two Frontline Private Security Officers, Jarad Shively and Gerard Zak, were featured in Michael Kelly’s Column in the Omaha World Herald after going above and beyond to help retrieve a cell phone that fell into a sewer.  OFCs Shively and Zak were subsequently awarded Frontline Private Security’s “Officer of the Month” for their actions. You can read the full story...

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Frontline Volunteers at 2013 MDA Gala

Frontline Private Security Director of Business Development, Ryan Wullschleger volunteered his time as a security officer during the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s 2013 Gala on Friday, March 8th.   Ryan was in charge of securing the operations room during the event.  The operations room was the center of activity behind the scenes. The annual Gala is a major fundraiser for the MDA...

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Frontline Security Officers Volunteer Time for “Bike MS” 2012

Frontline Security Officers and Command staff worked with members from the local and and regional offices of the National MS Society behind the scenes of the 2012 “Bike MS” event.  “Bike MS” is an event for cyclists and all those seeking a personal challenge and a world free of MS.  The local event is one of over one hundred rides that are held annually around the...

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Ryan Wullschleger Locked Up for MDA

Believe it or not, Ryan Wullschleger, our Director of Business Development, is going to jail and he needs your help. While it’s not a real jail, it’s even more important as he is raising bail to help children and adults with muscle disease in my community who are supported by the vital work of the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). He might not be able to rely on good behavior to...

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