We were in a small, dark room, and the only light was a single, small lamp.
A security guard stood behind us, but it was hard to tell.
A woman in a white coat was waiting for us, her voice loud and clear.
She wore a pair of glasses and a bright red dress.
I felt awkward in her presence, even though she was my girlfriend.
But she was here to serve me a cup of coffee.
We were at the top of the stairs, and this was where I first met the people who made up the company that would become Lexington Security, a company that had been building door locks for decades.
They were not a household name, but they were a household in Lexington, Kentucky.
The first lock, built in 1911, had a “magic key” that was programmed to lock when the key was pressed.
In the 1960s, a different version of the key made its way to market, with a built-in “knock” sensor that could detect the push of a key, a feature that would later be incorporated into more popular security systems.
These locks, known as “knuckle locks,” were popular throughout the country, and by the 1970s, the company had sold more than 1,500,000 of them.
That same year, Lexington was also one of the first cities in the country to adopt a law requiring that all new construction and new homes be equipped with a key lock.
In response, security companies began building door safes, which would be designed to resist the “knuckles” and could also be used to lock doors.
The idea was to give residents the peace of mind that they were not being targeted by burglars.
That’s when I met the company’s founder, Bill Bowers, who had recently moved to Lexington from New York.
He was wearing a long, white shirt and tie and had a thick, dark beard.
Bowers told me that the company made its name by helping people protect their property, especially in the event of a home invasion.
I was a little confused, but then he explained the company was also involved in building security for companies like Home Depot and HomeAway.
These companies were able to hire security guards and to sell them door locks.
Bower was now a full-time employee of Lexington Security.
He and his company would soon be a household brand.
I asked him how they made the most money off their security products.
“We didn’t use the word ‘profit,’ because we were trying to keep the price of our product at the same level as what it was at when we made it,” he said.
The only time you’re going to break a door is when somebody gets in and tries to enter.” “
It’s a product that we believe is going, when used correctly, to be a deterrent.
The only time you’re going to break a door is when somebody gets in and tries to enter.”
He then mentioned the company would be shutting down if they didn’t get paid.
The company was a very small, secretive company.
Benders company, which was based in Woodford, Michigan, had offices in Washington, D.C. and in Lexington.
The business grew slowly, with revenues in the range of $50,000 a year, but the company has since grown to a sprawling operation.
Biers was able to sell his products through a network of resellers and distributors who would ship them to customers around the country.
“You have to remember,” he told me, “that the products that we were selling were in the middle of the market, so there were a lot of competitors.
So we were able get a good volume of sales through them.” “
Our sales were through a group of reseller-dealers who had been buying locks for years and who were getting a lot more into it than the lock manufacturers were.
So we were able get a good volume of sales through them.”
Bowers would later admit that the “golden days” of door safing were not as bright as they were today, but he was happy with the way things were in that time period.
“One of the great things about having Lexington Security is that it’s very well run,” he explained.
“When we first started, we were very small.
We didn’t have much money, but we were making a lot, and we had the people to support us.
Instead of being based in the same city as a manufacturer, the business operated in a number of different states and”
Lexington Security’s business model was different from the big players in the industry.
Instead of being based in the same city as a manufacturer, the business operated in a number of different states and