Tammy was interviewed by Huffington Post for a recent article. Check out point #10 to see her response.
Bravo1 Protection has earned a Small and Minority-Owned Business Certification from the State of South Carolina for being 100 percent women-owned.
The company was created in 2014 when CEO, Tammy Johnson, was having a hard time finding suitable security services for event venues around the Upstate. Recognizing that security professionals are typically the first impressions guests will have of a business, Johnson decided it was time to start her own security service.
Bravo1 provides numerous services including executive protection, event security, private security, crisis drills as well as security for visitations. Bravo1’s SLED-certified officers have provided security for large events such as Fall for Greenville, Euphoria and Artisphere as well as numerous private and personal projects.
“Having formed a hospitality group, I knew I was going to need top notch security professionals for my client’s events,” said Tammy Johnson, CEO of Bravo1 Protection. “Our goal is to provide amazing service with integrity.”
Small and Minority-Owned Business Certification is awarded by the S.C. Division of Small and Minority Business Contracting and Certification, which connects minority- and women-owned small businesses to State contracting and procurement opportunities through the Material Management Office, while working with State agencies to implement and monitor minority-contracting programs in accordance with applicable policies, laws, and regulation.
“This certification means so much me as a female business owner as well as to Bravo1 Protection,” said Johnson. “To have a company such as a security service, which is typically a male-dominated field, owned by a women shows that women are trailblazers and can do anything.”
GREENVILLE, S.C. – Local private security company, Bravo1 Protection, will be offering a special hospitality area for law enforcement officers at this year’s Fall for Greenville Festival.
Beginning Friday, October 12, law enforcement officers, fire fighters and EMS staff working the Upstate’s largest festival are invited to free meals and refreshments at LOCATION and TIMES. This is open open to first responders only throughout the three-day event.
Hillary is originally from Fredrick, Maryland. She attended the University of Maryland in College Park and graduated in 2014 with a degree in Early Childhood Education.
We are thrilled to welcome Katie to our Old Cigar Warehouse team!
Katie is originally from Fountain Inn, South Carolina. She graduated from Clemson University in 2014 with a degree in Accounting. After graduating, she moved to Haiti to work with a non-profit that focuses on economic development and a sustainable future.
Sarah is originally from Annapolis, Maryland. She attended The University of South Carolina and graduated in 2017 with a degree in Hospitality Management.
Euphoria is just a few months away and CEO of High Spirits Hospitality, Tammy Johnson, went on air with WSPA to help promote Euphoria and mix up a few cocktails.
If you follow us at all, you know that euphoria is our favorite festival of the year! To help promote one of their pre-events, A Southern Remedy, our Beverage Director, Hannah Morris, went on WSPA to stir up some amazing cocktails!
Greenville Chamber of Commerce's website features an article about Leadership Greenville alumna Tammy Johnson, a successful entrepreneur.
Johnson is the founder of Liquid Catering and also owns Bravo One Protection and the venue Old Cigar Warehouse. She also opened a social club called Topside Pool Club and formed a parent company, High Spirits Hospitality, to manage her ventures.