As Seen at the CAA Winter Convention

Dec. 11, 2007

Cygnus Security Group's roving photog Jim Benesh dropped us an email with a few scenes from this weekend's California Alarm Association annual winter convention. The CAA winter convention is reportedly a great place to catch up with old friends as well as talk business with potential partners. Pardon the lack of captions (or use the "comments" feature to supply your own)!



Steve Bragg of SAI with CAA Executive Director Jerry Lenander. 


Jarrett Morgan of Rapid Response Monitoring. 


Steve Bragg of SAI.

Mark Matlock and Tyke Burgwald of United Central Control. 


NBFAA President George Gunning, CAA Past President Frank Burke and Eleanor Few, Sr. of Legacy Security Services. 


Gary Zatz of Altronix. 


Woodie Andrawos and Todd Shuff of National Monitoring Center. 


Deanna Blair and Kevin McArthy of Emergency24. 


Debbie Miller of Moon Security, Tonja and Chris Jenkins of NBFAA, Nancy Franco of ESX and NBFAA Executive Director Merlin Guilbeau promote ESX. 


The financial market panel featured Jim Wooster, Jr., Alarm Financial Services; Mark Melendes, La Salle Bank; Will Schmidt, Capital Source; and George Ramirez, Union Bank, with moderator Tony Smith of Security Finance Associates.

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