Tri-Ed Treats Clientele to Evening at Pierce Arrow Museum
More than 100 clients of Tri-Ed’s Buffalo, N.Y., branch were treated to an evening at the Pierce Arrow Museum on Aug. 2. The museum, founded in 1957, focuses on all things Pierce-Arrow. This includes motorcars and trucks, bicycles, motorcycles, travel trailers, as well as literature, artwork, and history.
“The New York Burglar Fire Alarm Association is glad to have another source for our members to look to for the products and services they provide,” said Tim Creenan, president of the New York Burglar and Fire Alarm Association (NYBFAA), which was well represented at the Tri-Ed event.
Tri-Ed President and CEO Steve Roth was on hand to greet and formally thank those who attended for their loyalty and patronage. In addition, more than 15 manufacturers that support Tri-Ed’s operation also attended the event.
“Tri-Ed’s commitment to New York is evidenced by its Buffalo branch location, corporate offices opened on Long Island and sponsorship of our newsletter the ‘Security Signal.’ We thank them for the support they give to our members,” said Creenan.
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