John D. Clark’s article in the Dec. 2018 issue of Smart Business Magazine regarding the significant role Whitestone played during the recovery efforts of Hurricane Florence.
Whitestone played a significant role during the recovery efforts of Hurricane Florence in North and South Carolina, working hand in hand with the responders.
The Whitestone Group has been selected to be the provider of professional security services for the world-renowned Cirque du Soleil Traveling Big Top Shows.
The Whitehawk/Whitestone Team is honored to announce that we have been called up to aid in meeting the security needs of the people in the Carolinas.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has awarded a Blanket Purchase Agreement for Puerto Rico & U.S. Virgin Islands hurricane relief to The Whitestone Group, Inc.
The Whitestone Group is providing protection for a Confederate cemetery and statue of a Rebel soldier on Johnson’s Island, Sandusky, Ohio.
The Whitestone Group has been contracted by VA’s National Cemetery Administration to provide protection for the Confederate Monument at Springfield National Cemetery in Springfield, Missouri.
This month, The Whitestone Group was once again named to the Top Private Companies list by Columbus Business First, the business news and information authority in Central Ohio.
The Whitestone Group and John D. Clark Sr. seize opportunities with a can-do attitude. With a simple idea 16 years ago, John D. Clark Sr., President, CEO and Founder, has turned The Whitestone Group Inc. into a multi-million dollar business with 1,400 employees, thanks to hard work, word of mouth and a strong reputation.
The Whitestone Group has received the prestigious Inc. 5000 Award for seventh consecutive year–breaking into the top 1000 in 2013. This award is presented to the fastest growing companies in the country.
The Whitestone Group headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, announced today that the company has added 79 new workers with military service to its payroll this year, bringing the number of its veteran employees to 350.
The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have jointly awarded a $27 million dollar contract to The Whitestone Group, Inc.
Government Security News: ‘Best Facility Security/Force Protection Service’ plaque goes to the Whitestone Group
In a fitting way to cap off a year of receiving large federal awards, John Clark, Sr., founder and CEO of the Whitestone Group, of Columbus, OH, stepped to the podium on November 29 to pick up GSN’s 2012 Award for “Best Facility Security/Force Protection Service.”
The Whitestone Group of Columbus, OH has been awarded a $104 million contract from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to provide security services at Control Towers and Airport Centers at 34 sites in the agency’s Eastern Security Area, which includes Washington, D.C. and ten eastern states
Whitestone Group Inc. will provide about 368 guards at 34 FAA sites, including towers, air traffic control facilities and other venues.
The Whitestone Group Inc., of Columbus, OH, recently announced that thanks in large part to a contract with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the company has added 137 new workers with military service to its payroll, bringing the number of its veteran employees to 271.
“Security Needs Have Led Growth, But Firm’s Foundation Enabled It”: The Whitestone Group is #7 in the 50 fastest growing companies headquartered in Columbus, Ohio.
Business First Magazine has released their 2010 Fast 50 list, which honors some of Central Ohio’s fastest-growing privately held companies based on their financial performance during the last three years. The Whitestone Group, Inc., with corporate offices at Easton, in Columbus, was selected as one of this year’s honorees.
Photos of Whitestone Group President and CEO John D. Clark, Sr. meeting with President George W. Bush during his Presidency.
The Whitestone Group, Inc. President and CEO, John D. Clark, Sr., was inducted into the Executive Order of the Ohio Commodores. Named for the hero of the Battle of Lake Erie in 1813, Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, the Executive Order of the Ohio Commodores was established to recognize Ohio business people for their contributions to economic development in their communities, and to the State of Ohio.