NAPCO Security Technologies, Inc., is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Stephen Spinelli as NAPCO Senior Vice President of Sales, for all its corporate divisions – NAPCO Security, Alarm Lock, Marks USA & Continental Access. Spinelli comes to NAPCO with a long, successful career as a sales driver and leader in security and access companies, Nortek Security & Controls and IEI, as well as with considerable experience in distribution. Security-Dedicated experience Jorge Hevia, Chief of Marketing, said, “We are pleased to welcome Stephen onboard, and look forward to working with him to help shape NAPCO’s future and today’s dynamic security space.” Stephen will be responsible for all NAPCO Security Technologies’ division sales, distribution channel partnerships, key accounts & dealer relationship programs, working closely with his complementary sales teams, and each division’s Executive Sales Management, Dave Sheffey & Duane Warehime for NAPCO & StarLink Security & Communications, Bill Sporre for Alarm Lock & Marks USA Locking Solutions, and Scott Schramme in Continental Access. Based in the greater Atlanta Metropolitan Area, Stephen’s strong background includes 25-years security-dedicated experience and a B.S. in Business Management & Marketing from Plymouth State University.
The goal for the 1st annual Mission 500 ballgame is to raise $100,000 to help American children at risk NAPCO Security Technologies, Inc., announced its popular StarLink™ universal cellular alarm communicator brand, will co-sponsor the 1st Security Industry Softball Game benefiting U.S. children in need, Sept 12 at noon, in Overpeck County Parks NJ. This new 1st annual Mission 500 Event, held in NJ, includes a long list of security sponsors, and is the latest Mission 500 event, added on the heels of its successful annual 5K/2K race. Fund Raising For American Children At Risk To-date, Mission 500, comprised of security-industry professionals, has sponsored over 1000 kids, with its ongoing volunteer-driven campaigns. The all-new ballgame idea, ‘to strike out poverty in the USA’, was said to have come about as a means to keep momentum and increase awareness for this worthy Kids’ cause. While the free family-friendly sports event is open to all, starting at noontime, Saturday Sept 12, filled with food and fun, the goal for the 1st Annual Mission 500 Security Industry Softball Game is to raise $100,000 to help American children at risk, estimated to incredibly be up to 1 in 4 US kids, as poverty recognises no geographical boundaries. Co-Sponsors From Security Industry On the field, NAPCO's own Jersey-based RVP, Duane Warehime and Regional Metro NY Sales Manager Nick LaBella, will play for one of the two softball teams in this multi security sponsor event, featuring heavy-hitter co-sponsors, organiser Samsung, Altronix, AXIS, Hikvision, Pelco, ISC/SIA, and over 30 additional sponsors, including those for the barbeque, bases, homeruns, outfield angels, handouts, etc. This free sporting and BBQ event will kick off with free official Samsung or Altronix baseball caps to the first 150 park entrants and 50/50 split-the-pot raffle tickets will be sold for $1 on game day. Mission 500 will be also be sponsoring a “School Kit Build” there, with a goal of assembling 200 school bags to be donated to Title One Schools in NYC’s South Bronx. George Fletcher, Mission 500 founder and member, has reportedly vowed to dye his silver hair orange, underscoring the social-media-based World Vision #Show Orange campaign, if event goals are met. “What could be better, helping US kids in need; celebrating America’s pastime and supporting Mission 500. Should be a great day for all, and one we are happy to support. ” Richard Soloway, NAPCO CEO said. Date: September 12, 2015 Time: 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Overpeck County Park Address: 40 Fort Lee Rd, Leonia, NJ 07605
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