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Wood said the company’s biggest challenge will be continued growth and delivering on The Security Girl promise, and that equates to hiring the right people.

“As our company grows, we need to find the best people to facilitate exceptional customer service,” she said. “When I interview perspective sales personnel I always ask, ‘What does The Security Girl mean to you?’ If they do not identify The Security Girl with exceptional technology and customer service I know right away that they are not a good fit for our company.”

Right now, AF&S is working to expand its product lines and its markets. In five years, Wood expects the company to be bigger. “But our core values and our dedication to our customers will not change,” she stated.


Curt Harler is a regular contributor to SD&I magazine,