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MiGuard anti-crime ‘911’ now in GenSan

Security firm Miguard has signed up new franchisors from General Santos City to help prevent crimes in the Mindanao metropolis.

MiGuard anti-crime ‘911’ now in GenSan
GENSAN DEAL. General Santos City Miguard Franchisors James Damalerio, lawyer Jing Gacal, and Edwin Adriano (from left) sign their franchise agreement with Miguard CEO Nolasco Fernandez and Miguard president Manuel S. Siquian Jr.
Miguard CEO Nolasco Fernandez and president Manuel Siquian Jr. recently signed the contract with GenSan franchisors Edwin Adriano, lawyer Jing Gacal, and James Damalerio at the Solaire Hotel and Casino in Pasay City.

“We are proud that Miguard is now a part in preventing crimes in Mindanao through our Miguard franchise partners from General Santos City. Our technology may be new in the country, but a lot of initiatives from future partners are coming in from different sectors and areas,” Siquian Jr. said.

The company launched the Miguard Security Alarm System—a local but upgraded version of the American 911 system thanks to a sophisticated command center—in the country on Aug. 17 this year.

“Our target is to have partners and command centers in all key cities around the country. It is our mission to be part in lessening crimes and to safeguard our countrymen from calamities and deluge. We have devices to detect fire and flood,” Siquian Jr. added. 

Also present at the event was Osang dela Cruz, Miguard’s franchising partner for Marikina City; Raeyan Basa, Miguard VP for Sales; and Benjie Varella, public information officer of Miguard.

Topics: Miguard , General Santos City , Nolasco Fernandez , Manuel Siquian Jr. , Miguard Security Alarm System
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