WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Feb. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Security Networks, a West Palm Beach based security and home automation company, is celebrating 12 successful years in the West Palm Beach community by donating three security systems to three non-profit organizations.
"A non-profit, depending on their mission, could use a security system to meet a variety of needs," says Security Networks President Rich Perry.
"For example, a women's shelter might find the system especially useful to monitor front and rear entrances. A child-care non-profit might wish to monitor a playground area, whereas a home building non-profit might want to monitor areas storing expensive supplies and equipment," explained Perry.
Palm Beach county residents are invited to submit their favorite local non-profit organization to receive a security system. To nominate a non-profit, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Residents may send one e-mail each day nominating one non-profit. The sender must include: 1) personal contact information (name, address and phone number); and 2) the name and address of the non-profit as well as name and phone number of the non-profit contact person.
All nominations must be received by the end of February 2013. Three non-profits will be randomly chosen at the end of the nomination period to receive the free systems. No contractual commitment or monies are required from the non-profit.
Criteria for submission: submitter must be a Palm Beach County resident; the non-profit must be in Palm Beach County; the non-profit must be interested in receiving a security system FREE for three years with full monitoring also provided.
The design of the security system can be customized for each non-profit but will basically consist of:
> Control panel
> 3 door contacts
> 1 motion detector
> 1 camera
> Free monitoring for 36 months - with smart phone control
For more information, contact Kathy Skipper at 404-702-3442.
SOURCE Security Networks