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Arrow Security Expands Into The Pacific Market!
Arrow Security hires Rabby Syed to run operations in the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands and Guam,
Arrow Security based out of Long Island, NY started to grow outside the continental United States with their partnership in El Salvador in 2010 and is looking to expand into a number of key areas. “We are looking to grow into locations where our GSA status can be well utilized due to a heavy US presence.” stated Mr. Bowe.
AJ Caro, President and owner of Arrow Security said, “We are very excited about expanding into the CNMI. After careful research we decided that 3S Saipan Security and Mr. Syed were the way to merge and grow into the region.” Mr. Caro has a background in owning multiple successful companies by placing competent people in key places. Mr. Caro and Mr. Syed have both owned very successful organizations and possess separate yet similar experiences in the Taxi industry, thousands of miles apart. They look to be successful together in the Security field in the Pacific.
About Arrow Security: Arrow Security has been delivering successful security solutions to our clients for over 25 years. With territories throughout the United States, Arrow also offers security services in El Salvador, the first location to represent the company's overall strategy for developing a global presence. Arrow Security's tried and tested combination of highly experienced security staff and unsurpassed technologies have established their company as a national leader in business security and investigations. Arrow continues to hone their formula for optimal performance and efficiency, creating safe barriers of protection for its worldwide clientele.
About Northern Mariana Islands: The North Mariana Islands, officially the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI), is one of the two insular area Commonwealths of the United States of America, other being Puerto Rico. Occupying a strategic region of the western Pacific Ocean, it consists of 15 islands. The United States Census Bureau reports the total land area of all islands as 179.01 square miles, and the population as 53, 883 (2010 census).