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GE Security Authorized Dealers Win New Wheels in "Drive It Home" Sweepstakes

May 16, 2008

BRANDETON, FL – GE Security Inc., a business of GE Enterprise Solutions, has announced the authorized dealer winners of its "Drive It Home" sweepstakes. Each of the seven grand prize winners will receive a 2008 Ford E-150 utility truck, valued at $26,500, and specially outfitted to help them grow their businesses.

Four "Drive It Home" Sweepstakes winners are certified GE Security Pros, experts in all aspects of residential and commercial security. The winning Security Pros are Alarm Engineering of Salisbury, Md., Guardian Security of N.C., Sentinel Alarm of Indianapolis, and Superior Alarms of Edwards, Colo.

Additional authorized dealer winners include Robbins Alarm of West Helena, Ark., Knox Security of Hackettstown, N.J., and Aegis Protection Inc. of Phoenix. Of the seven winners, six were randomly selected from automatic entries into the sweepstakes based on purchases through the following participating distributors: Alarmax, Eastern Distributing, SES, Systems Depot, and Tri-Ed. The winners were selected at random by an independent judging organization and notified by a GE Security executive.

The customized trucks include a special five-piece DeWalt tool package valued at $1,500 that includes drills, a cordless vacuum, a heavy-duty radio, and a worksite storage bag.

GE Security product dealers were automatically entered in the sweepstakes after each purchase of any GE Security SmartCom, SmartCommand, Simon XT, Simon XT Alarm.com module, or Digia II system through GE Security or participating distributors between Nov. 19, 2007, and Jan. 31, 2008. Dealers who did not purchase a qualifying product were also eligible to enter the sweepstakes via mail postmarked by Jan. 31, 2008.

 

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