Houston, TX (PRWEB) December 04, 2013
Iron Man Protection, a Houston based security service provider with over 40 years of law enforcement experience volunteered security guard services last night in support of Houston’s annual Tweet Drive.
Tweet Drive is a collaborative event held in Houston each year that utilizes social media to pull support from the community for a holiday toy drive. Each guest’s donated toy serves as their admission into the event, which features an evening filled with live music, fine food truck dining, drinks and community camaraderie.
“We couldn’t think of a better way to show our support than offering our protective services to ensure that this charity drive is a fun and safe success.”, said Dennis Walker, Director of Operations at Iron Man Protection. “We take great pride in Houston and our security guards are honored to be a part of giving back to the community.”
Iron Man Protection specializes in customized security guard services for Houston businesses, events, as well as residential neighborhoods and construction/industrial sites. Their security experts draw from over 40 years of professional experience, and their security guards are hand selected using an in-depth screening and training process to identify the most skilled, intelligent and reliable candidates.
“We consider the responsibility of protecting the Houston community as more than just a day job,” explained Brian Jordan, Director of New Business. “It’s our passion and our purpose. We’re proud to show our support for this charity and the community by providing exemplary protection for guests, performers, vendors and staff.”
This year’s Tweet Drive benefits Child Advocates, a non-profit organization that initiates court-appointed volunteers to speak up on behalf of abused children who are lost within the justice system in order to guide them into safer environments and end child abuse.
For more information about Iron Man Protection and their comprehensive security guard service offerings, visit http://www.ironmanprotection.com.