Mission 500 Supports Kentucky Flood Victims with Much Needed Supplies

Miami, FL (November 2, 2022) – Mission 500, the non-profit charitable organization dedicated to serving children and communities in need across the U.S., teamed up with Bates Security to acquire and ship over $200K worth of vital supplies to support the families impacted and recovering from the severe flooding in Eastern, KY. Basic items such as water, food, hand sanitizer, baby wipes, socks and more were palletized and shipped via truck to the devastated area.

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Helping Law Enforcement by Reducing False Alarms

With the annual IACP conference recently concluded in Dallas, it’s important for all of us in the security industry to remember the demands and challenges these public servants face on multiple fronts. As an industry, we play a small part through things like our model, to help law enforcement be more efficient and productive by reducing calls for their service.

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ADI Awarded 2022 Distributor of the Year for the U.S. by Axis Communications

Melville, N.Y., October 24, 2022 – ADI Global Distribution, a leading wholesale distributor of security, AV and low-voltage products, announced it was recently awarded the 2022 Distributor of the Year for the U.S. by Axis Communications. ADI was recognized for its strong customer support, operational excellence and commitment to the network security market.

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Addition of Snap One Surveillance and Networking Solutions to Six-Acre Winery Delivers Outstanding Business Benefits

The owners of Stoney J’s Farm Winery in Cumming, Georgia strive to present a unique and memorable experience to the clientele who visit their 6-acre, family-owned estate. A relaxing, entertaining atmosphere that encourages guests to stroll the property, indulge in wine tastings, dine on authentic Italian cuisine at their onsite bistro, and peruse the retail shops is a vital facet of their business model.

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California Approves Bereavement Leave

 California Governor Gavin Newson has approved and signed Assembly Bill (AB) 1949, an amendment to the California Family Rights Act (CFRA) that will take effect on January 1, 2023. AB 1949 now requires covered California employers to provide eligible employees with five days of unpaid bereavement leave for the death of a qualifying family member. 

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