Did you know that the best source for new members is a current member?
It’s true! No one knows the real benefits of TMA membership better that you. Why? Because you have first-hand experience, like no one else, to share with other professionals in the monitoring industry. Your personal stories of how TMA helped you to:
Build your professional network;
Identify a new career opportunity;
Establish your company as a credentialed service provider; or,
Increase your company’s operational efficiency.
Your story is unique and powerful – and it’s yours to share!
Do you know someone whose company and team can derive ROI from their engagement in TMA? If so, now’s the time to get them to join TMA’s community.
For our current Member-Get-a-Member campaign we challenge you to reach out to your network and recruit new members in the categories of Listed Alarm Monitoring, Non-Listed Alarm Monitoring, Non-Listed Non-Traditional Monitoring, Security Technology Service Provider, or Associate.
Raffle entry is limited to the following membership categories ONLY: Listed Alarm Monitoring, Non-Listed Alarm Monitoring, Non-Listed Non-Traditional Monitoring, Security Technology Service Provider, and Associate. (Note: Raffle entry is NOT applicable to Proprietary, International, or Consultant memberships.)
Raffle entry will be given once the new member’s dues are paid in-full.
Prize is for a single registration ONLY and does NOT include airfare or hotel fees.
Spouse registration fees are NOT included and, if applicable, must be paid separately.
Prize is non-transferable.
Only one prize will be awarded.
Raffle ends June 30, 2021
2020-2021 Raffle Entries
Ron Rothman for Security Sales and Solutions Inc. / DBA SS&SI Dealer Network
Kirk MacDowell for Louroe Electronics
David Morgan for Eyeforce Inc.
Wes Usie for Optex Co. LTD
Marjorie Fitton for Colosseum Online Inc.
Why Join TMA
When your company joins TMA, you become part of the association that promotes and defends the interests of the monitoring industry, through its work in government relations, regulatory advocacy, and standards development.