On March 27, 2010, at the 27th annual Intellenet Conference held in New Orleans, LA, James P. Carino, Jr. became the seventh recipient of the Julius “Buddy” Bombet Lifetime Achievement Award given to private investigators. Investigative & Security Professionals for Legislative Action (ISPLA) congratulates Mr. Carino for a lifetime of service and volunteerism to our profession. Mr. Carino is a founder and Executive Director of Intellenet. He is also a founder and board member of Investigative & Security Professionals for Legislative Action (ISPLA).
Presenting the award to Mr. Carino was Mr. John Lajoie, Award Committee Chairman. Upon presenting the award Mr. Lajoie stated, “The Julius ‘Buddy’ Bombet Lifetime Achievement Award is the most prestigious award within our profession for service, dedication, and benevolent and philanthropic efforts. It honors and celebrates your lifetime of immense achievement. An achievement only enjoyed by fellow recipients who have also touched our lives in much the same way. And so isn’t it fitting that a man who voted in 1999 to create this award is now going to receive it. Fellow visionary Benjamin Franklin once said ‘Well done is better than well said.’ It’s a concept that is simple to understand, yet difficult to execute. Mr. James Carino- your lifetime actions embody, nurture, and enhance this philosophical doctrine and for that, we are eternally grateful.”
Previous recipients of this prestigious award include two ISPLA members, Buddy Bombet and Bruce Hulme. Other recipients are Kitty Hailey, Eddie McClain, Jack Reed, and Philip White.
This press release was provided courtesy of the ISPLA Executive Committee
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