Rich Ison, last year's winner of the San Joaquin Entrepreneur Challenge, stands next to one of his finished steel security gates that mimics a work of art, yet provides lasting security.  Ison's business, located at the former Riverbank ammo plant, has grown by leaps and bounds since winning the challenge last year, landing contracts with Home Depot and other large companies from around the world.
Rich Ison, last year's winner of the San Joaquin Entrepreneur Challenge, stands next to one of his finished steel security gates that mimics a work of art, yet provides lasting security. Ison's business, located at the former Riverbank ammo plant, has grown by leaps and bounds since winning the challenge last year, landing contracts with Home Depot and other large companies from around the world. efunez@modbee.com
Rich Ison, last year's winner of the San Joaquin Entrepreneur Challenge, stands next to one of his finished steel security gates that mimics a work of art, yet provides lasting security. Ison's business, located at the former Riverbank ammo plant, has grown by leaps and bounds since winning the challenge last year, landing contracts with Home Depot and other large companies from around the world. efunez@modbee.com

Riverbank secure-door company grows after contest win

January 07, 2014 06:17 PM

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