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    Armed Security


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  1. My bike is 17 yrs old,wouldn't trade it for a new one. She taking me back to Washington for the Roll'in Thunder ride again this may.
  2. The last time I went to Bell on a ride,a very large 8 point ran into my bike on the way home on the highway. Needless to say,me and antlers went flying is several directions. As much as I love to ride,I'll take a pass on this one. I'm leaving Chattanooga on Friday on a trip to Washington for an event hosted by Rolling Thunder. You guys be safe. Watch for the Bambi's . Cages too.
  3. Anyone on TGO starting a league ?
  4. Unarmed company would be cheaper of course,lots of those out there.
  5. Policy is large enough to cover certain clients requirements , but way to much for others,but not feasible to have several policies. Low policy client - walk around this building High policy client - hospital,college,ATM company when machine needs maintenance,usually do that kind of work in middle of night,you'd be surprised how much cash in one of those things,so you stand behind the worker with a shotgun and watch his back basically.
  6. In order to have an " in house " security team,you would have to have a TN proprietary license. Meaning some one who is qualified to own and operate a security company would have to be on record with the state as the ONE who has to answer for the whole. Any joe blow from cocomo can't just up and call the state and say send me a license. Off the top of my head,the only one that comes to mind as a proprietary company around my neck of the woods would be The Chattanooga Choo Choo. Owned and operated by the Choo Choo. Not counting education facilities of course. But even the Choo Choo has one name on the license or two if both qualify.
  7. Insurance this year went up to $8200, last year $3800, insurance only ,not state fees or bonding.


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