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Arizona Alarm Association?

Discussion in 'Security Alarms' started by Bob La Londe, Aug 7, 2012.

  1. Bob La Londe

    Bob La Londe Guest

    That's one I haven't been tele-marketed by before. Who the heck are they
    and are they any better than the other beer and bowling club?
     
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  2. Bill

    Bill Guest

    I looked at their web site and I think the key to this association is
    laws which are being enacted and the association speaking as one voice
    for the alarm industry in that state.

    That is what a lot of these industry associations are all about. They
    can speak as a group to lawmakers about proposed laws or past laws which
    have been enacted which might need changing.

    Also if there is going to be a silly law proposed, they can alert the
    members. Then they can attend meetings and "give input" about the
    proposed law.

    In some states they might get laws passed that only licensed persons can
    do a certain type of work. Like in N.Y. it is almost impossible for
    someone to do their own electrical work. Pretty much need to hire an
    electrician.

    And in some states they have laws where you can only buy a casket from
    an undertaker.

    Or farmers might have a group which gets laws passed to pay them to not
    grow a certain crop, give them tax breaks, etc.

    It is the American way!
     
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