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My Alarm Center Announces "Refer-a-Friend Sweepstakes" Winner

My Alarm Center awards two 50" HDTVs and one year of home security monitoring services

NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa., March 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- After receiving more than 900 customer entries, My Alarm Center is proud to announce Mr. Jackie Dorsey as the randomly selected winner of My Alarm Center's inaugural Refer-a-Friend Sweepstakes. The sweepstakes, which concluded on January 15, 2014, allowed current My Alarm Center customers and Members of the My Alarm Center Security Network to participate. Per the rules of the contest, Mr. Dorsey, an Alarm Monitoring Service of Atlanta customer, and a friend will each receive a 50-inch, high-definition, flat-screen television and one year of free home monitoring.

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The Refer-a-Friend Sweepstakes was an extension of an ongoing My Alarm Center campaign designed to reward its existing customers who want to share their My Alarm Center home security with their family and friends.  

"At My Alarm Center, we are driven to provide the ultimate customer experience in the home security industry," said Amy Kothari, President and CEO, of My Alarm Center. "The sweepstakes gave our customers the opportunity to independently validate our customer experience efforts by giving them a platform to share their A+ Better Business Bureau rated home security provider with their family and friends. We could not have been more pleased to find that more than 900 of our customers were willing to personally refer My Alarm Center to their family and friends," said Ms. Kothari.    

The rules of the sweepstakes, which was administered and monitored by Realtime Media, a third-party vendor, allowed each entrant to refer up to 50 friends.

When told he was the winner of the sweepstakes, Mr. Dorsey said, "Thank you Alarm Monitoring Service of Atlanta! I am so excited about winning the Refer-a-Friend Sweepstakes. You guys are awesome!" 

In addition to the 50-inch televisions, Mr. Dorsey and his friend will also received one year of free home monitoring services. The monitoring services that were awarded are scalable to include features such as, a mobile application for home automation, including remote door lock/un-lock capability, thermostat and lighting control, and all-around surveillance of the household.

About My Alarm Center
Founded in 2000, My Alarm Center provides the most technologically advanced residential and small commercial security services and home automation technologies to households and businesses across the United States.  Services include cellular monitoring, remote arm and disarm, email and text notifications, temperature and lighting control, fire, flood and carbon monoxide protection, and personal emergency response systems. For more information, please visit:  www.MyAlarmCenter.com.

Media Contact: Derek Wigmore, My Alarm Center, 866-484-4800, [email protected]

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