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GuardMe expands into Texas

March 31, 2014Tess Nacelewicz

OLD BRIDGE, N.J.—GuardMe Security, based here, is expanding into Texas and will be using its new “hybrid” door-to-door/teleselling model in the state.“We're moving into Texas in a big way,” GuardMe President Craig Metzger told Security Systems News. “We're actually going into all the major cities: Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonio and Houston. The population is so dense in those areas and the markets are so big that it's really going to significantly increase...

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GuardMe Security moves into North Carolina

June 26, 2013Tess Nacelewicz

OLD BRIDGE, N.J.—After recent expansions into the Midwest and Maine, GuardMe Security, based here, in June added North Carolina to the growing list of states where it is offering home security/home automation.“The housing market in North Carolina is starting to improve and it's an excellent market in general for security,” GuardMe President Craig Metzger told Security Systems News. “It's densely populated and has a fair amount of crime.”GuardMe, an 80-employee company...

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GuardMe expands into Midwest and Maine

May 22, 2013Tess Nacelewicz

OLD BRIDGE, N.J.—GuardMe Security, based here, has expanded into Ohio and Indiana and also plans to offer home security in Maine by the end of May, according to company President Craig Metzger.The 80-employee company, which has more than 40,000 customers, intends to grow even more, Metzger told Security Systems News. “We're going to continue to look at other opportunities in other markets,” he said. “We have a few on the radar. 2013 is already shaping up to be an excellent...

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