NBFAA State Associations Pony Up Donations for CARE Program

BETHESDA, Md. – The National Burglar and Fire Alarm Association (NBFAA) reports that a pair of Chartered State Association leaders have completed successful efforts to spur donations for the Coordinated Alarm Reduction Effort (CARE). John Knox, NBFAA board representative and president of the Tennessee Burglar and Fire Alarm Association (TBFAA), received 21 ADI Check-Off Program pledge cards from Tennessee members, setting a new record in pledges obtained from a state association.

Meanwhile, Dan Budinoff, president of the Connecticut Burglar and Fire Alarm Association (CBFAA), gathered 20 pledges from his association’s membership. ADI developed the Check-Off Program as a donation campaign to help fund CARE, which includes the expanded activity of regional coordinators and the use of regional summits to teach law enforcement and dealers the most effective ways to prevent false dispatches.

For more information, call (301) 907-3202 or (972) 377-9401, or visit www.adilink.com or www.airef.org.

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