Leading Companies in the Security Industry Show their Support to ESA
ADI, Altronix, Diebold and Security America become Silver-Level Partners
Irving, Texas January 12, 2010 –The Electronic Security Association (ESA) is honored to announce that ADI, Altronix and Security America Risk Retention Group have all returned as Silver Level Executive Strategic Partners. Diebold, Incorporated, a newcomer to the Executive Strategic Partnership program, has also pledged its support at the silver level.
"We are pleased to sponsor a program that promotes and enhances the growth and professional development of the security industry, while providing a strong networking alliance for its members," said Steve Ipson, director, advanced dealer development, Diebold. "We look forward to aligning ourselves with ESA as Diebold continues to grow our advanced dealer program.”
As silver-level partners, each company will receive valuable and powerful exposure through all available media and several event opportunities.
Overall corporate sponsorship for the summit was provided by GE Security, with Honeywell providing sponsorship for the awards dinner, SARRG and Diebold sponsoring the Wednesday breakfast, ADI sponsoring Wednesday’s lunch, and Altronix sponsoring the Chapter Appreciation reception.
Cecil Hogan, president of Security America Risk Retention Group, said, "Security America is proud to be an ESA Silver Executive Strategic Partner for 2010. Security America insures members’ businesses against liability, and ESA helps ensure members’ business success. We make great partners.”
"ADI continues to support ESA, and we are pleased to serve as a sponsor in 2010,” said John Sullivan, vice president of sales at ADI. "The ESA is important to ADI and our customers, and we appreciate their commitment to strengthening the industry.”
Alan Forman, president, Altronix Corporation said, "Altronix Corporation is proud of the professionalism that ESA exemplifies. We are pleased to be a long-time supporter of this important organization and pledge our continued involvement with ESA and the industry it serves.”
Originated in 2008, the Executive Strategic Partnership program is only available to ESA associate members and provides funding to support ESA programs that promote and enhance the industry.
"Executive Strategic Partners make one commitment up front and receive all-inclusive advertising and sponsorship packages that support vital ESA initiatives throughout the year,” said De Marco. "We greatly appreciate their support as leaders of this industry.”
Companies interested in knowing more about the Executive Strategic Partnership program should contact ESA Associate Executive Director, Tonja Jenkins, at (888) 447-1689 or via e-mail at TonjaJ@alarm.org.
Formerly the NBFAA, the Electronic Security Association (ESA) is the largest and longest established trade association representing the electronic life safety and security industry. Member companies install, integrate and monitor intrusion and fire detection, video surveillance and electronic access control systems for commercial, residential, industrial and governmental clients. In cooperation with an alliance of chapter associations, ESA provides technical and management training, government advocacy and delivers information, advice, tools, and services that members use to grow their businesses and prosper. ESA may be reached at (888) 447-1689 or on the Web at www.alarm.org.