The award of this contract clearly represents Covenant Canine's ability to operate within any area across a broad spectrum of canine operational uses.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) December 2, 2008
Covenant Canine, a division of Covenant Security International, was recently awarded a K-9 services contract for the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. The contract provides best-in-class canine explosives detection services for the nation's most prestigious cultural arts center located in Washington D.C.
"We are so pleased to have this most extraordinary national venue extend their trust in our canine operations," quoted Tim Tonsor, Managing Director of Canine Operations, at Covenant Canine. "The award of this contract clearly represents Covenant Canine's ability to operate within any area across a broad spectrum of canine operational uses."
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, originally erected and opened to the public in 1971, presents more than 3,300 performances each year with prominent attendees from governments around the world, to business leaders, entertainment and the arts. It's roots date back to 1958, when President Dwight D. Eisenhower's vision for such a facility. Today one of the Kennedy Center's theaters is named in his honor.
Covenant Security International, part of the Covenant Security Companies, is a privately held American owned and controlled company that provides global crisis/risk management security solutions for both domestic and international clientele servicing critical infrastructure protection and protective programs, international operations, Canine operations, and international guard services. Covenant's Canine division owns and operates a 22 acre kenneling, training, and operational support facility just outside of Washington, DC.
Contact Tim Tonsor at 540-668-7730