Protection 1 Enters Alliance With USAA
Protection 1’s latest agreement provides military families security and life-safety solutions.
SAN ANTONIO – Protection 1 has partnered with USAA, which offers insurance, banking, investments, retirement products and advice to more than 10 million current and former members of the U.S. military and their families, to provide USAA members access to security and life-safety solutions through its established partner programs.
The agreement allows USAA members to receive Protection 1’s latest security and home automation technologies, including intrusion detection, fire protection, video surveillance systems, thermostats and locks, with all systems offering interactive remote services.
“Protection 1 offers members a suite of additional home security solutions while providing the world class customer service that our members expect from our alliance relationships,” says Wade Chance, general manager of USAA Alliance Services Company. “Our relationship with Protection 1 allows us to expand valuable solutions and services in this innovative and fast-moving industry with another premier provider.”
Program options include both Protection 1 professionally-installed and self-installed systems with a range of options.
“We are honored to serve the USAA member base of active and former military members and their families,” Protection 1 CEO Timothy Whall says.
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