COPS Monitoring Lends a Helping Hand to Hurricane-Ravaged Gulf Coast
Sep 22, 2005 9:00 AM
Since Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast in late August, COPS Monitoring has been doing its part to help victims by raising money for relief efforts and extending a helping hand to dealers in the region.
COPS is committed to helping its dealers in the hurricane-ravaged Gulf Coast reestablish their businesses. For accounts of dealers located in federally declared disaster areas monitoring with COPS, COPS will absorb all of their monitoring costs until further notice.
COPS also participated in a luncheon held in conjunction with Tri-Ed Distribution in Phoenix on Sept. 9. All proceeds from this event went to the Salvation Army. In addition to donating food, the company is offering a special monitoring program for dealers with all proceeds going to the relief fund, and will offer the same deal at the Security & Electronics Systems Association of Arizona’s Public Safety Day, held Sept. 21 and 22 in Scottsdale, Ariz.
“Like most Americans, when we saw the scenes of devastation from the Gulf Coast, we wanted to help,” says James McMullen, president of COPS Monitoring. “Through these programs, we are doing what we can to help residents and our dealers in the affected areas get back on their feet.”
For more information about COPS Monitoring, visit www.copsmonitoring.com.