Alamo, CA, April 24, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Social Detention Inc. (SODE) had profitable revenues of over $400,000 in the first quarter of 2018.  All divisions completed projects on time and within budget.  In addition, the company is building a brand and strong reputation in the security and infrastructure space for providing first class service in a timely fashion.  The second quarter of 2018 is on a record pace as well and the company is forecasting profitable revenues in the $1,300,000 to $1,500,000 range based on current backlog, outstanding proposals and pending awards.

Mr. Robert P. Legg II, (President/CEO) of Social Detention Inc., stated, "We are pleased with our progress but are simply building a base and will not be satisfied until we are a much larger and more profitable company.   We have come full circle winning projects, completing profitable project and gaining customer references.  With the upcoming trends in the infrastructure and security market I see no limit to our growth as we focus on the bottom line and rewarding shareholders."   

Several factors that are key to Social Detention's growth are the pending $1.5 Trillion Infrastructure Plan of the current administration, increased school security, the annual $7 Billion CAL TRANS budget, the $3 Billion BART Measure, the $9 Billion CDCR Budget and the many Bond Measures passed for infrastructure and schools.   
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