Tennessee Alarm Association Honors 911 Center
The Tennessee Burglar and Fire Alarm Association (TBFAA) has presented Nashville’s 911 Emergency Communications Center with a plaque of appreciation.
Representatives with the TBFAA attended the communication center’s annual Christmas dinner on Dec. 5. Among those representing the TBFAA were Penny Brooks, TBFAA executive director; Paul Owen, ADS Security; Jim Bales, BellSouth Security Systems; and Alan Sissell, MonitorU.Com.
Nashville area alarm dealers coordinated with the TBFAA to sponsor the dinner.
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