Pass Christian, MS (PRWEB) April 22, 2014
Granny's Alliance Holdings (GAH) and ResponseForce1 Corp (RF1) are pleased to announce that GAH has acquired a 49% interest in RF1. This strategic investment strengthens the relationship between the two companies, allowing them to offer a broader range of services to the Disaster Response and Emergency Management industry. Both companies have current contracts in the public and private sectors, which are expected to be enhanced by the new partnership.
“Granny’s Alliance Holdings, Inc. is excited to announce our 49% acquisition of ResponseForce1, building on a strong alliance and friendship. With the utilization of RF1’s proprietary RF1 Tripwire® technology, we intend to build a company unmatched in our industry,” said Susan Heisey, President of Granny’s Alliance Holdings, Inc.
“ResponseForce1 Corp looks forward to our new opportunities as part of the GAH
Family,” said Ed Minyard, President and CEO of RF1. “After working with Susan and her team during the response to Hurricane Sandy, it was clear that they are the type of company and kind of people that we want to be aligned with. We believe that our two organizations complement each other quite well and we are very excited about the future.”
ABOUT GRANNY’S ALLIANCE HOLDINGS, INC
GRANNY’S ALLIANCE HOLDINGS, INC (http://www.grannysalliance.com) is a (WBENC) Certified Women’s Business Enterprise, founded in 2003 with a large stable of asset owned equipment and full base camp management skills. GAH offers a range of Disaster Response services and equipment to clients in the public and private sectors. For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT RESPONSEFORCE1 CORP
RESPONSEFORCE1 CORP (http://www.responseforce1.com) is a Certified Veteran Owned Small Business, founded in 2007. RF1 provides Disaster Response, Continuity Planning and Emergency Management Services to clients in the public and private sectors. Their RF1 TripWire® Solution (Patent Pending) is a world-class accountability system, deployed in support of the worst disasters of the past decade. For more information: email@example.com