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According to the founder of Ident-A-Kid Services of America, Bob King, "It is just a matter of time before 'streaming open door policies' will be the norm.
Rick Hagan, CEO of Ident-A-Kid Services, and his tech staff have already come up with a simple solution.
In his retirement, he devoted time to the Ident-A-Kid Program through the Westboro Police Department and enjoyed time with his family in Tuftonboro, N.
Ident-A-Kid Services of America's Complete Campus Security System (CCSS) Software
As an Ident-A-Kid franchisee in Fulton County, Georgia, Tutuh now teaches child safety.
Ident-A-Kid Services of America, a company that provides three million child identification cards to parents and schools, is attending the Expo for the first time.
OTCBB:GOCH), a premier national provider of professional IT solutions to small business and residential customers through its trade name Geeks On Call, announced today a new partnership with child safety provider Ident-A-Kid through the Geeks On Call Endorsed Vendor Benefit Program and Ident-A-Kid's Corporate Partnership program.
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LifeLock[R] CEO Todd Davis announced today that Ident-A-Kid selected LifeLock to provide identity theft protection to millions of its clients at a discounted rate.
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In addition to random acts of kindness in the communities it serves, AmSouth employees will also cover the costs of taking children to museums, planetariums and zoos; providing volunteers to spruce up community centers; conducting financial literacy training for young people to encourage them to save; coordinating food, clothing and toy drives; offering ident-a-kid finger printing services; and working with local animal shelters to encourage residents to rescue a shelter animal through adoption.