IR Security Announces Winners of ‘Racing to Daytona’ Sales Contest

FORESTVILLE, CONN. – Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies today announced the winners of its “Racing to Daytona” contest, in which the two top ADI dealers in terms of dollar sales and percentage growth are being sent on a free trip to the Daytona 500. Purchases of any and all Ingersoll Rand products from ADI branches in U.S. and Canada qualified toward the two categories.

ADI, a leading distributor of security and low voltage products with over one hundred locations in the US and Canada, is the main source for security dealers and integrators purchasing electronic security devices and systems for commercial and residential applications.

The winners of this year’s contest are Maureen and Stuart Lande of Maureen Data Systems in New York City and Gary Kielpinski and Richard Kemp of Advanced Audio Concepts of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

"We are extremely pleased to announce the winners of our ‘Racing to Daytona’ promotion and are gratified that so many ADI dealers chose to participate,” said Bob Stetson, Director of Sales of Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies. “Our partnership with ADI, North America’s leading wholesale distributor of security and low voltage products, is a win-win situation for both companies.”

Brands qualifying for the promotion included Schlage, Recognition Systems, Locknetics, Von Duprin, LCN, and Kryptonite. Products included Schlage Wireless Access control solutions, Recognition Systems biometrics, Von Duprin electric strikes, Locknetics electromagnetic locks and system components, LCN door closers, and Kryptonite cables, chains and padlocks.

The first place contest winners each received two tickets and two all-expenses-paid trips to see the Daytona 500 in February. Ten second place winners received Ingersoll Rand Impact wrenches.

The DAYTONA 500 is held each February at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona, Florida. The event kicks off the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series season each year.