ROCKVILLE, MD –Vector Security, a top ten electronic security systems firm in Pittsburgh,Penn., is lending support to MSCA’s Project Home Again, a program that has helped locate missing children during the past 12 years.
Working with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, MSCA prints and distributes posters of missing children. The posters are then provided to participating companies, for display on their air conditioning, heating and ventilation service vehicles which travel extensively around the community. The program has been an overwhelming success. To date, MSCA has distributed nearly 9,000 posters of 488 different children to 709 participating companies, including association members and friends, like Vector Security. Project Home Again has received special recognition from John Walsh, representing the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, in Washington, DC, and has been featured on NBC’s national news Making a Difference segment.
“We’re pleased to welcome Vector to our efforts,” said MSCA Executive Director Barbara Dolim. “We believe Project Home Again is truly making a difference in the lives of families with missing children and our members value the opportunity to lend support in their local communities. We encourage others to join us in our quest to find missing children.”
Vector operates a service and patrol fleet of nearly 300 vehicles. The posters will be displayed on vehicles traveling through 13 Mid-Atlantic States and California. Officials at Vector contacted MSCA after a TV news program in the Philadelphia area featured a contractor displaying Project Home Again posters on service vans. (See: http:[email protected] )
Vector Security President and CEO John A. Murphy said his company’s support of Project Home Again ties directly into Vector’s core corporate values. “We’re in the business of protecting the things our customers cherish the most and that certainly begins with children,” he said. “Given our continuing dedication to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, this opportunity allows us to root this valuable organization further within our large and expanding branch office network. If we can help only one child make it back home, or bring his or her plight directly to the attention of the general public, it will all be worth it.”
For further information about Project Home Again, go to www.projecthomeagain.com or contact MSCA Executive Director Barbara Dolim at MSCA at 301/869-5800. For more information about Vector Security, call David Merrick, vice president of marketing, Vector Security, Inc., 800/222-6565, Ext. 3144.