NuLife Sciences to Relocate Corporate Headquarters to Louisiana

The corporate move from Southern California comes after the merger of LJR Security Services and Gulf West Security Network.

NuLife Sciences to Relocate Corporate Headquarters to Louisiana

NuLife Sciences will relocate its Southern California headquarters to the Park Tower complex, above, in Lafayette, La.

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. — NuLife Sciences (OTCQB: NULF) announced it will relocate its corporate headquarters from Newport Beach, Calif., to Lafayette, La.

According to NuLife Chairman Louis J. Resweber, the relocation is part of an overall strategic redirection of the company, and will result in increased business opportunities and a significant reduction in operating costs on a going-forward basis.

In August, NuLife Sciences entered into a merger agreement with LJR Security Services and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Gulf West Security Network, both based in Lafayette, and both focused on the life-safety and electronic security industry. Then in early October, the company said that it had closed its merger and elected Resweber, the former owner of LJR and Gulf West, as the new chairman, president and CEO of NuLife Sciences.

In the relocation announcement, Resweber cites that over the past five years the Lafayette area has been recognized as the No. 1 metropolitan area in the United States for overall economic growth, according to Area Development magazine.

“We are extremely proud to call Lafayette our new home,” says Resweber, “and we are thrilled to relocate into our new corporate headquarters in the beautiful Park Tower complex — owned and beautifully managed by Rault Resources — which I believe is still one of the most desirable and architecturally stunning hi-rise edifices in the entire Acadiana region.”

For Resweber — a native of Acadiana — the relocation marks a homecoming of sorts, after a 35-year career that has included corporate transfers to California, Texas, and other parts of Louisiana, prior to his return to the Lafayette area. Having begun his career in Lafayette in the late 1970s, Resweber participated in the grand opening of the Park Tower (originally known as the Celeron Building) in 1983 as an employee of Celeron Oil & Gas Corp.

Resweber says NuLife Sciences is in the process of searching for a second strategic location in the Houston area. From this planned new Texas operations base, Resweber explains the company would then be able to spearhead its planned operations in that state.

“From these two locations, we feel we will be perfectly positioned to execute our business plan of pursuing emerging merger and acquisition opportunities in the rapidly-growing, $22 billion domestic security industry,” he says.

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