Last Call! 2011 SAMMY Awards Entries Due Friday
TORRANCE, Calif. — SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION has extended the deadline for entries to the 16th annual SAMMY Awards. As the security industry’s original sales, marketing and installation awards program, dealers and integrators are urged to tout their successes and accomplishments.
A panel of judges will select the top nominees in each of 12 categories among dealers and integrators who exemplify professionalism in their sales, marketing and installation efforts. The winners will be revealed during a gala awards ceremony in Las Vegas on April 5, 2011 — the eve of opening day at ISC West.
Included in the awards categories:
- Installer of the Year
- Integrated Installation of the Year
- Best Overall Integrated Marketing Campaign
- Best Sales Brochure
- Best Company Logo Design
- Best Broadcast Advertisement (TV, radio or online)
- Best Vehicle Graphics Design
- Best Community Outreach Program
- Best Company Newsletter
- Best Web Site Design
- Best Promotional Giveaway Item
- Best Display Advertisement
Entries for the 2011 awards program are due Jan. 21. Entering the SAMMYs is free and open to North American professional installing dealers and integrators only.
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