Marshall Alarm Systems Joins Honeywell Commercial Dealer Program
YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. — Honeywell has welcomed Marshall Alarm Systems (MAS), a full-service electronic security provider based here, as a Honeywell Authorized Dealer for commercial security systems (CSS).
For more than 35 years, MAS has provided fire, security, video surveillance and access control solutions to thousands of customers in southeastern New York. The second-generation family-owned company specializes in all aspects of electronic security and surveillance.
“We’ve seen a lot of change in the three-plus decades MAS has been in this industry, but Honeywell has been one of the few constants,” says MAS Owner Marshall Marinace. “We joined the CSS dealer program because MAS wanted a security partner that could grow with it and shared the same commitment to exceptional customer service.”
Designed for dealers with expertise in intrusion, fire alarm, video surveillance and access control, Honeywell’s CSS program supports small, medium and large commercial and industrial security dealers by offering customized marketing support, targeted sales opportunities and technical training programs.
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