ADS Security Inducts 2 New Hall of Famers
Larry Robertson and Omar Walton, life-safety consultants serving Middle Tennessee, have been inducted into the ADS Security’s Hall of Fame. Robertson, Walton and only seven other people have received ADS’ highest honor since the company was established in 1989. Robertson and Walton were inducted into the Hall by Mel Mahler, the company’s president and CEO, during an awards dinner at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville. Ben Cornett, president and CEO of Honeywell Security, also participated in the ceremony attended by more than 175 people from throughout the southeastern United States.
“Larry and Omar have consistently demonstrated their dedication to their customers, ADS Security and the security industry with their outstanding performance,” said Mahler.
To qualify for the honor, individuals must have met company and individual performance criteria for at least six consecutive years.
Robertson joined ADS in 1997 and focuses on residential and light commercial security services. Walton has been associated with ADS Security since 2001, providing security consulting services to commercial customers and small businesses. He has more than 13 years of experience in the security industry.
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