TRI-ED Buffalo hosted its first annual Classic Car & Motorcycle Show. Over 75 customers attended the event, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to the Wounded Warrior Project. Local alarm companies including ADT Security, Advanced Alarm, Complete Security and Fire Safety Systems, to name a few, came out in support of the event. Customers were treated to a BBQ dinner as they enjoyed the 24 classic cars on display.  Tim Labenski, TRI-ED Buffalo's branch manager, credited his inside sales associate, Mike Katashuk, with spearheading this effort. “Mike came to me with the idea, knowing that many of our customers enjoy their classic cars and motorcycles and thought this would be a great avenue for them to showcase them and raise money for a great cause," Labenski said. "As with all of our past events, we welcome our customers to bring their families and friends."

Labenski also credits each of the sponsoring vendors who made the Classic Car Show possible: Digital ID View, DSC, FLIR, Interlogix, OpenEye, Speco Technologies, and Watchnet. "The vendor community is very good to us and without their continued support, events like this wouldn’t be possible," he added. "The real winners today were the Wounded Warriors and we salute them for everything that they have done for our country."