Vector Security Pledges Corporate Support for Project Home Again
Vector Security announced that it has made a corporate pledge to support Project Home Again. Project Home is a national effort undertaken jointly by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Mechanical Service Contractors of America. The program seeks to return missing and kidnapped children to their parents through the use of a public awareness campaign. The campaign involves the displaying of posters, depicting the likeness and personal information of missing and kidnapped children, on service vehicles used by participating companies.
Vector Security’s involvement will include a fleet of nearly 300 service vans and uniformed guard and patrol vehicles, which travel through the Mid-Atlantic states, Florida and California. According to Ms. Sally Cox, Vector Security’s director of purchasing and fleet manager, the idea came about after hearing about the program from television coverage in the Philadelphia, Pa., market.
“Vector Security has supported the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children through several programs connected with our national accounts division," said Cox. "Our new participation in Project Home Again will help drive our commitment to the NCMEC throughout our branch office service network.”
John A. Murphy, Vector Security’s president and CEO, stresses that his company’s support of Project Home Again ties directly into Vector’s core corporate values. “We’re in the business of protecting the things our customers cherish the most and that certainly begins with children," he said. "Given our continuing dedication to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, this opportunity allows us to root this valuable organization further within our large and expanding branch office network. If we can help only one child make it back home, or bring his or her plight directly to the attention of the general public, it will all be worth it.”