Sonitrol Announces Website & Gives Back Program
Sonitrol announced a new and completely redesigned website, Sonitrol.com. In addition to the revamped look, the electronic-verified security company highlights its number of apprehensions, its new offerings and services, and its charitable efforts throughout the country, including the Gives Back program.
Some features of the redesigned site include an integrated lightbox video player, animated infographic of Sonitrol’s verified response, featured and related news and resources, a contact form to schedule a free security assessment, and a landing page dedicated to the Sonitrol Gives Back program. The program provides the Sonitrol network with tools to thank law enforcement and first responders for their customer’s criminal apprehensions due to verified alarms.
The Gives Back landing page displays recent charitable events regarding law enforcement and schools. With 84 Sonitrol franchise locations, many are active in their local community and several locations have donated or assisted in the donation of police K-9s, a police horse, police training equipment, school supplies, school security equipment and more.
The Sonitrol Network is also involved in Law Enforcement Appreciation Day (L.E.A.D.), which is supported by Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.). Last January, Sonitrol provided lunches, treats, sports tickets, certificates, social media posts and more. Each year, the company’s L.E.A.D. mission is to make a larger impact across the country.
In addition to its charitable endeavors, Sonitrol’s new website aims to highlight the company’s latest offerings and products, such as Safe Schools. Sonitrol Safe Schools focuses on giving schools verified technology and safety protocols to help decrease common industry threats.
“The new Sonitrol website is a great representation of our company’s innovation and verified solutions,” said Julie Beach, vice president of Sonitrol and dealer sales. “It is crucial that we also display how our dealers are actively involved with their local law enforcement and K-12 schools with the Sonitrol Gives Back Program.”
For more, visit Sonitrol.com.