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TMA launches Five Diamond Dealer Program

TMA launches Five Diamond Dealer Program The most prestigious designation for security monitoring centers offers new opportunities for qualified dealers

VIENNA, Va. - The Monitoring Association, an internationally recognized non-profit trade association whose mission is to advance the professional monitoring industry through education, advocacy, standards, and public safety relationships, recently announced the introduction of its Five Diamond Dealer Program.

An extension of its prestigious Five Diamond Designation, which is the standard of excellence for the monitoring industry, the new program provides the means for TMA Five Diamond-designated alarm companies to share the benefits of its designation with key dealers.

“TMA's Five Diamond designation is the benchmark for excellence for monitoring centers. Designees share a commitment to the highest levels of customer service, education, and standards,” Ralph Sevinor, chair, TMA Five Diamond Committee, said in the announcement. “We are pleased to offer this valuable new opportunity to dealers and monitoring companies with dealers whose level of commitment is aligned with the Five Diamond designation.”

TMA President Ivan Spector, added, “TMA's mission has long been focused on advancing professionalism across the monitoring industry. With the addition of the Five Diamond Dealer program, TMA is positioning a new network of security dealers to be recognized for excellence in the services they provide and to, ultimately, achieve greater recognition and success.”
Detailed program information, including eligibility, benefits and application guidelines are available online. Visit to learn more about TMA's education, networking, standards, and advocacy work.

TMA, formerly the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA), represents professional monitoring companies, security systems integrators, and providers of products and services to the industry. Incorporated in 1950, TMA is legally entitled to represent its members before Congress and regulatory agencies on the local, state and federal levels, and other authorities having jurisdiction (AHJs) over the industry.


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