More from Wiki: Norcom Entertainment, Inc.Noory was president of Norcom Entertainment, Inc., a St. Louis-based company that developed and marketed video training films by television to law enforcement and security agencies nationwide.
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ST. LOUIS, March 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Two St. Louis based companies, National Industrial Security Corporation (NISCO) (NASDAQ-OTC: NISC) and NORCOM Entertainment, Inc., have announced the signing of a letter of intent to merge in a stock exchange transaction. A definitive merger agreement subject to closing conditions is scheduled to be completed in the near future and the transaction is expected to close in May, 1994.
NISCO provides uniformed security guard services, alarm monitoring, and data based investigative searches to numerous corporate, industrial and governmental clients in the St. Louis area. NISCO has nearly 150 employees and began operations in 1974.
NORCOM has experience in developing and marketing video training films by television to law enforcement and security agencies nationwide. As well as other video training products to other occupation groups.
Atlantis Teleproductions, a NORCOM subsidiary, based near Universal Studios in Orlando, Fla. provides sports and entertainment video broadcasts to major television clients, such as ESPN, through its mobile video broadcast facility.
The combined revenues of the two companies are projected to be approximately $3 million for 1994, with total assets of $1.5 million.
"This merger will benefit both companies tremendously," said Max T. Jackson, chairman and president of NISCO. "We believe both companies can grow by offering our services and products through innovative marketing. Such as quality infomercials and video products which could be sold worldwide. There is a great need for occupational training and information video products."
George Noory, president of NORCOM, 43, a former news director for NBC affiliate KSDK-TV (St. Louis Channel 5), has 24 years experience in broadcasting. He has received regional Emmy Awards on three occasions for outstanding achievements in radio and television.
NORCOM is also currently developing training programs for day care centers, nursing homes, and educational facilities to be marketed to over 15,000 school districts in the U.S. through "School Board Today," a NORCOM division.
"Not only do we have experience in the training of security and law enforcement agencies nationwide by television, but we may be able to seek related acquisitions to expand our core businesses, and develop exciting technology such as interactive video," said Noory.
National Industrial Security Corporation is traded in the OTC NASDAQ bulletin board market with a symbol of NISC.
No wonder he claims to 'know cops' and that they all listen to his show. One thing about George, he certainly dreams big.