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Tue, May 25th, 2010
Posted in Business Announcements

Rushford, MN (11 a.m. May 25, 2010)- UTC Fire & Security has named Heartland Security the 2009 Western Division Security Pro Dealer of the Year, citing its steadfast dedication for providing outstanding service to its customers.

UTC Fire & Security recently acquired GE Security.

"Heartland Security has not only demonstrated its ability to thrive in a challenging economy, but has also shown it is an innovator by offering new creative security services in the marketplace," said Jeff Johnson, Security Pro program director. "In addition, Heartland Security also deserves top honors for exemplifying the spirit of past Security Pro Dealer's of The Year through their ongoing loyalty and dedication to GE Security and now, UTC Fire & Security, as well as focusing their technical, business and customer service expertise towards making a difference in the communities they serve."

Heartland Security is owned by locally by Tri-County Electric Cooperative and remains focused on delivering world-class security, safety, and lifestyle products and services to residential and commercial customers.

For more information about Heartland Security visit www.heartlandss.com or call 888-264-6380.

Heartland Security Services is owned by 13 rural electric cooperatives in western and southern Minnesota and northwestern Iowa. Heartland Security installs home medical monitoring systems in this area as well as residential and commercial alarm systems and currently protects almost 6,000 customers. The company was formed in 1999.

Tri-County Electric Cooperative is a member-owned electric distribution cooperative serving three counties in Minnesota including Winona, Houston and Fillmore and parts of Olmsted and Mower counties in Minnesota and Howard, Winneshiek and Allamakee counties in Iowa. It provides electricity to more than 12,800 services in the area. TEC is a Touchstone Energy Cooperative.

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