Mace Security International, Inc. (“Mace” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq Global:MACE) today announced the appointment of George Martinez as its new Vice President of Product Management for its Mace Security Products subsidiary.
Mr. Martinez joins Mace Security Products from GE Security, where he most recently served as a senior member of the Access & ISP Product Management team focused on software based integrated security platforms for access, video, and intrusion. Mr. Martinez has over 15 years of experience in managing a broad range of security technologies for GE Security, Inc., SLC Technologies, Inc.(Interlogix), and CASI-RUSCO,Inc. Mr. Martinez holds an A.S. degree in Electronics & Computer Technology from DeVry University, Atlanta, Georgia.
John O’Leary, President, Mace Security Products, Inc. stated: “We are delighted to add George Martinez to our Mace team. His business process knowledge and technical expertise will help us tremendously in expanding into access control and strengthening the product portfolio offered to our dealer channel.”
“We are excited to have Mr. Martinez join Mace and bring his strategic focus and direction to our product lines,” added Dennis Raefield, President and CEO of Mace. “George’s experience in security technology integration will add a new dimension to our company.”
Mace Security International, Inc. is a manufacturer of personal defense and electronic surveillance products marketed under the famous brand name, Mace®, and is an owner and operator of a wholesale central monitoring station. The Company also operates a Digital Media Marketing and e-commerce business. In addition, Mace owns and operates car washes, and has previously announced that it is exiting this segment of its business. Mace’s web site is www.mace.com.
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