St. Moritz Acquires Las Vegas Security Provider

Interstate Security Services located in Las Vegas, NV

Pittsburgh based St. Moritz Security Services, Inc. has acquired Interstate Security Services, operating in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Interstate Security has serviced the Commercial, Residential, and Retail markets since 1999 and is one of the largest security providers in the region.  The combined multi-million dollar operation strengthens the St. Moritz brand and creates the dominant security provider in the Las Vegas market.   

Gary Newcomer, CEO of Interstate will stay on as Qualifying Agent for the combined business.  Gary has extensive experience managing and operating accounts throughout Hawaii, California and Nevada.   

“We couldn’t be more excited to have found St. Moritz as a partner to take our organization to the next level.  Our cultures and values are seamlessly aligned, and we look forward to further enhancing our service offerings with St. Moritz’s tremendous resources.” Says Newcomer.

St. Moritz CEO Matthew Schwartz states “Interstate Security Services was an attractive partner for us.  Interstate prides itself on integrity and customer service with the goal of achieving the highest quality of service.  Combined with their outstanding team of professionals, it was a natural fit and we are proud to welcome them to the St. Moritz family”. 

The company will provide end-to-end security solutions in the Las Vegas area by combining quality front-office customer service, while delivering state-of-the-art technology and enhanced back-office function.  The combination creates the most comprehensive offerings for optimized on-premise services. 

St. Moritz Security is one of the Top 10 largest Security firms in the nation.  The transaction is part of a 10-year growth strategy aimed at solidifying key operational areas.  Revenue will exceed $100m annually for fiscal year-end 2019. 

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