Avon security company beefing up work force

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Avon-based Nolan Security & Investigations, a provider of security services for private events and companies, said it plans to hire as many 300 part-time and full-time workers to serve new clients.

The company said the expansion is being prompted by recent “dramatic growth” in clientele, as well as the potential for more growth next year.

Wages for the new jobs start at $11 an hour, said Cinda Kelley-Hutchings, executive director of the Hendricks County Economic Development Partnership.

Nolan Security completed the Partnership’s Excel program geared toward helping small businesses grow.

The company, founded in 2006 by a former police officer, is located at 5250 E. U.S. 36 in Avon. It currently employs about 50 people and expects revenue of about $2 million in 2011.



  • Think Before You Speak
    to John Davis: I would suggest that you learn what your talking about before you go spouting off nonsense. You claim "the good of the tax payers" yet on the other hand you insult those that are looking to take the opportunity of employment at a fair above average wage job. Quit reading conspiracy theory books and understand that any small business that can grow around us in this kind of economy is a win for everyone.
  • class warfare!
    well if we are to go up against 11 and hour wanna be's that would be fine with me! I know I am a better shot! The real threat is Blackwater or what ever they call themselves these days! It is pretty good for us taxpayers to finance the elitist's own private army!
    • A sign?
      A sign of the much discussed coming class warfare?

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