Surveillance Secure Signs First Colorado Franchise Agreement
Surveillance Secure announced the signing of the brand’s first franchise agreement in Colorado, awarded to local entrepreneur Rebecca Resendes.
Resendes is no stranger to the security or franchise space. She has owned a Signal 88 mobile patrol franchise that supplies clients with security guard services in the Colorado Springs marketplace. While operating her security guard business, Resendes also serves in the United States Army. She spent 13 years in active-duty roles, including a tour of duty in Afghanistan in 2009, and currently is in the United States Army reserves where she works as a chemical officer responsible for planning emergency responses. She plans on utilizing her military background and previous security franchise ownership experience to make her Surveillance Secure business a success.
“Surveillance Secure is unlike any other franchise concept on the market,” said Resendes. “The brand’s focus on being an integrator that can provide clients a wide range of services will mesh perfectly with my current business portfolio.”
Founded in 2006 and franchising since 2019, the franchise services the electronic security needs of commercial, retail, education and government clients for security cameras, access control systems, alarm & video monitoring solutions, and video image analytic software.
“Dedicated and knowledgeable franchisees like Rebecca are what help Surveillance Secure continue to thrive and grow,” said Surveillance Secure CEO and founder Kim Hartman. “Rebecca’s military background and prior experience with security franchise ownership make her the perfect partner. We look forward to seeing the positive impact that she will have on the Denver, Colorado Springs, and surrounding cities.”