Booth celebrates 20 years with Protection Bureau

June 20, 2012
Senior security consultant recognized by company

Jim Booth started with The Protection Bureau in 1992 in residential sales.  He moved into commercial sales in 1994 and earned Senior Security Consultant status in 1998 by consistently being of our top salesmen!

Jim specializes in fire system design and has a large account base in the property management market.

Other interesting things about Jim . . . he is an Olympic-caliber sailor and was almost a pro basketball player until a knee injury took him down.  He still sails regularly, spending all of his spare time in Annapolis. Now, however, he watches basketball.  Jim has also served on the Board of Directors for several non-profit groups.  Jim is married to Judie and has two sons, Kevin and Brian.  Brian is following in his father's footsteps and is also employed as a Security Consultant at The Protection Bureau.

Join us in congratulating Jim on 20 successful years!

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