US Fire Protection Agency Will Protect Kansas City Businesses with:
Fire Guard Service (to protect the people in Kansas City)
Fire Guards (for protecting people in Kansas City)
Mobile Fire Guard Patrol (for guarding Kansas City storefronts)
Fire Guard Watchman (for patrolling Kansas City businesses)
All Fire Watch Services are performed by either our employees, certified contractors, or licensees possessing the proper certification/license to perform said work in each jurisdiction.
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If you glance across the Kansas City map, you will find three major concentrations of African American populations. There are also numerous other concentrations of minority groups, including Hispanics and Asians, and numerous whites. As a result, the industries in Kansas City are very diverse. Some industries are predominantly populated by one racial group, while various races and ethnicities populate others. Industries that members of one racial group most populate may be called "semi-racially centered." In contrast, most industries populated by members of a race but do not include that race in their names are called " multicultural centers."
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The diversity of the industries in Kansas City is further highlighted by the fact that it has a long border with Missouri on one side and a short border on the other with Texas. The long eastern border with Kansas River Bottom, Oklahoma, and the panhandle of Texas is the state line. The eastern border with the Kansas River was created because that is where the Kansas River flows. Salt pans were placed along the border to regulate the salinization of the water to keep the river from flooding.
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A major concentration of industries in Kansas City also exists along the eastern border of Texas, where a wide variety of industries, including automobile producers, farmers, and oil refineries, are located. Because of the proximity of the border, a great deal of business is conducted across the Border in both directions. The largest industries in Kansas City are concentrated along the bottom of the Mississippi River in east downtown Kansas City, where it joins the Missouri River. Kansas City itself is the state capitol. The third largest concentration of industries is along the eastern border of Texas; this area includes such large corporations as AT&T, Microsoft, Schlitz, and American Electrical Power.