VIENNA, Va.—Set against the backdrop of one of the world’s most renowned beach resorts, the Central Alarm Association (CSAA) will stage its 2002 Annual Meeting at the Ritz-Carlton in Cancun, Mexico Oct. 25-30.
The event’s highlights include committee meetings; an examination of the Mexican security market; a roundtable discussion between CSAA’s Board and leading AHJs; and special project updates such as the establishment of an alarm industry database.
As usual, several seminars will also be held, including “Sensors and Monitoring: Through the Looking Glass to the Future” presented by John Judd of Bosch Security Systems. Other speakers include Michael Jones of ProFinance Inc., Mitchell, Silberberg & Knupp’s Alan Pepper, and Security Sales & Integration Editor Scott Goldfine, who will present “Security Sales & Integration‘s Annual 2002 Dealer Survey Results.”
Aside from business, the social agenda will be marked by a sailing and snorkeling tour; charter boat fishing tour; dinner cruise aboard the “Caribbean Carnival”; golf tournament; jungle tour; tennis tournament; Chichen Itza ruins tour; and President’s Dinner Dance and Stanley C. Lott Award.
For more information, call (703) 242-4670 or visit www.csaaul.org.