Alert 360 Opens First Home Security, Business Security, and Home…
We are excited to offer this innovative, go-to-market option in the Tulsa community and to continue offering technologically advanced services locally, said Richard Ginsburg, president and CEO, Alert 360
TULSA, Okla. (PRWEB) January 25, 2021
Alert 360, one of the nation’s largest providers of home and business security systems and smart automation, has opened a new “go-to-market home security concept” – the Alert 360 Retail Experience Center – at 61st & Sheridan in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The Alert 360 Retail Experience Center offers area families and business owners a user-friendly, hands-on experience with some of the best home security, business security, and smart home solutions available, including the new Alert 360 Smart Video Doorbell 2.0. The company has designed the center to ensure a safe consumer experience and following CDC guidelines.
For convenience, the Alert 360 center is located on one of the highest traffic corners in Tulsa, at the site of a former gas station. The new Alert 360 center was designed to be an inviting space for current and potential customers to view, interact with, and design an infinite number of options in home and business security, automation, and IoT (Internet of Things).
Voted a “Best Home Security Provider” and awarded a “Best Places to Work in Oklahoma” for five consecutive years, Alert 360 has always provided award-winning security services to thousands of Tulsa home and business owners for nearly a half century.
“More and more tech-savvy Tulsans are using our integrated home or business security systems along with automation and their smart devices to protect and stay connected to home, family, property or their business,” said Don Fuson, general manager, Alert 360 Tulsa. “These families and business owners are on the go. It made sense for us to provide a location for them to stop and try out Alert 360’s latest, local home security system options. Our security showroom makes it easier to visit with us about mobile app control of security systems and check out popular security devices whether you are upgrading a current security system, adding security devices, or wanting to design a new security system. Specifically, security cameras and two-way voice video doorbells have been extremely popular in combatting porch pirates and preventing package theft. Anyone who is curious about how these devices work can stop and learn more.
“At Alert 360, we support more than 75 different IoT and security products, and there is no better way to show our capabilities than in person,” Fuson added. “We encourage our fellow Tulsans to stop and experience the latest security and connected devices – from smart security cameras and video doorbell cameras to smart locks, automated lights and even landscaping sprinkler systems.”
The new security center is a robust version of Alert 360’s security Mobile Experience Centers, which were launched in 2018 and demonstrate the benefits of home and business security and automation products. Ranked as a top home security company in the country, Alert 360 partners with global technology providers to continually develop and offer home security systems and business security services that create a better experience for consumers.
“The Alert 360 Retail Experience Center showcases not only the best, local security system products and services we have developed in conjunction with our tech partners from around the country but also leading global technologies,” said Richard Ginsburg, president and CEO, Alert 360. “While we have focused significant marketing on the digital front at Alert 360, there is nothing like a consumer being able to touch, feel, and try the latest security products in person and participate in a demonstration with a professional Alert 360 security and automation expert. “We are excited to offer this innovative, go-to-market option in the Tulsa community and to continue offering technologically advanced services locally,” Ginsburg said. “Additionally, as a Tulsa-based home and business security company, we proudly support this vibrant, growing community. This center allows us to increase our outreach and participation in local events. Tulsa is an ideal place to launch our first combined retail and branch location, which can be a model for similar centers across our national footprint.”
Alert 360’s new Retail Experience Center in Tulsa offers an open-air event space. In this space, the company will host Tulsa community events and open houses, sharing security tips, crime prevention solutions, and support of local Tulsa charitable efforts. W Design of Tulsa served as architects for the project.
Across the United States, Alert 360 offers wireless security systems; home automation devices; mobile app access; professional-grade IP security cameras; smoke alarms; carbon monoxide detectors; medical alert pendant; glass break and motion sensors; water leak detection devices; keyless entry; smart thermostats; remote garage door control; smart lighting; live video footage; recorded clips; indoor and outdoor cameras; doorbell cameras and more. Alert 360’s certified security technicians also provide professional integration of home automation devices, including sprinkler systems, sound systems, Amazon Echo and Google Home.
Alert 360’s former branch was located at 3158 S. 108th St. E. Ave. From the new location at 61st and Sheridan, the Alert 360 Home Security – Tulsa branch team continues to provide some of the best-rated local security services to cities in the surrounding area, including: Adair, Afton, Avery, Bacone, Bartlesville, Baugh, Bearden, Beggs, Bixby, Bond, Bristow, Broken Arrow, Bushyhead, Catoosa, Centralia, Choska, Chouteau, Claremore, Coalton, Collinsville, Coodys Bluff, Drumright, Eufaula, Fairland, Glenpool, Hartshorne, Haskell, Herd, Hominy, Hugo, Inola, Jay, Jenks, Jennings, Kellyville, Kendrick, Kiefer, Locust, Grove, Lotsee, Mannford, McAlester, Miami, Mounds, Muskogee, Nuyaka, Oologah, Owasso, Peoria, Poteau, Pryor, Salina, Sapulpa, Skiatook, Sperry, Tahlequah, Wagoner, Wyandotte.
In addition to its Tulsa location, in Oklahoma, the company operates an award-winning monitoring and customer service center in Tulsa and has branches in Clinton, Miami, and Oklahoma City. Alert 360 also has a network of branches from coast to coast, providing local security services for its nearly quarter of a million home or business security customers.
Alert 360 continues to offer critical lifesaving security services amid COVID-19 concerns, with Limited-Touch service and installation. Operating in 26 states, Alert 360 is always looking for great members to join their team! We are hiring, please check our career opportunities!
About Alert 360:
Founded in 1973, Alert 360 is one of the nation’s oldest-licensed alarm monitoring providers. Today, the company is the fourth largest provider of monitored home security and home automation solutions in the United States. The company has been named an Inc. 5000 “Fastest-Growing Privately Held Company in America,” a “Best Home Security Systems Provider,” and a “Best Places to Work.”
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