New Horizon Security Services, Inc. recently received recognition as one of the nation’s leading businesses in hiring new employees. For the second year in a row, New Horizon has ranked high on Inc. magazine’s Hire Power Awards, established annually since 2011. The 2013 Hire Power Awards ranked New Horizon #48 nationwide and #2 in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The company’s subcategory ranking includes #3 in the national security services industry.
New Horizon Security Services, Inc. has been named to Inc. magazine’s list of the 5000 fastest growing companies in the nation for the third consecutive year in row. This year, New Horizon ranked 1,438, improving 1,287 spots from its debut on the list in 2011. New Horizon also ranked #21 in the national security industry category and #85 in the top 100 companies in Virginia. 2013 has already proven to the a year of substantial growth and development for New Horizon, and there are no signs of slowing down.
New Horizon Security Services, Inc. was honored by Inc. Magazine for creating more than 200 security jobs in the Commonwealth of Virginia over the last 3 years. The company ranked No. 101 in the inaugural Inc. Hire Power Awards.
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New Horizon Security Services, Inc., a family-owned and operated professional security services firm, has been contracted to provide armed and unarmed security services for the Fairfax County Government.
The size and scope of this contract has helped New Horizon Security nearly double in size practically overnight
New Horizon Security officers and staff participated in the Great Southeast Shakeout, a regional earthquake drill. The drill prompted employees to take a look at emergency procedures and add or alter them accordingly.
New Horizon Security officer Cpl. Danny Anthony reviewed Pedego Electric bikes on the Danville Community College campus in order to test their effectiveness for security purposes.
After this release was published, Allison Roberts with the Danville Register & Bee contacted us about the study. See her story at the link below: