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Social Detention Inc. (SODE) Subsidiary Begins Work on the Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport

ALAMO, CA, March 18, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NEWMEDIAWIRE – Social Detention Inc. SODE, recently announced it has begun work on a perimeter security contract for the Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport. Field measurements have been completed, material procured, and installation of product is being scheduled. The contract is to provide security doors at various control points at the airport. 

Mr. Robert P. Legg II, President/CEO of Social Detention Inc. (SODE), was quoted as saying, “One of our major goals has been to expand our security division from traditional correctional work into large scale public facilities.  Airport security is an enormous opportunity for us to provide our product line.  This specialized type of security provides higher margins and the opportunity for future work to piggyback off our installed base.  Public security is a must for all government entities and we will capitalize on this opportunity.  We have several other contracts that have materialized from submitted proposals and we will share them in the near future as well.  We are executing on all cylinders and the funding of opportunities continues to grow at a rapid pace.”  

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