Supreme Security Systems Exhibits at New Jersey Jewelers Association (NJJA) Convention

UNION, New Jersey, March 22, 2004  Supreme Security Systems, the largest independent, full-service electronic security provider in New Jersey, recently served as an exhibiting participant at the New Jersey Jewelers Association (NJJA) Convention, March 14, at the Hilton Woodbridge hotel in Iselin, N.J.  Supreme showcased the latest video surveillance systems and equipment at the annual membership event.

The NJJA is an extremely important organization to its industry and to us personally, said David Bitton, vice president and COO of Supreme Security Systems.  Jewelry store security requirements are unique and well-tailored to the strengths of Supreme Security Systems, and we are pleased to have participated at their annual convention.

This event provided us with an opportunity to interact with many existing clients, and to help educate other association members on the latest advances and innovations in electronic security technologies, Bitton continued. 

Supreme displayed its latest models of closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras, including the Sony SSC-E473, a color video surveillance camera with a high horizontal resolution of 540 TV lines.  They also featured several digital video recording systems from Dedicated Micros, including high-end units with built-in CD burners.

Featured speakers at the convention included keynote Shane Decker, president of Shane Decker Diamond Company; Jeff Mills, vice president of claims at Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company; and David Ramirez, manufacturer trade manager at Diamond Promotion Service.

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About Supreme Security:

Supreme Security Systems is the largest independent, full-service electronic security provider in New Jersey. The company provides over 10,000 businesses, industrial facilities and residences

with the most advanced burglar and fire alarms, closed circuit TV (CCTV) systems, access control systems and process and environmental monitoring systems, audio and video intercoms and music systems. A third-generation family-owned and managed company Supreme has almost 100 long-term employees on staff. Security Distributing & Marketing Magazine ranks Supreme in the top one half of one percent of alarm companies nationwide. For more information, please visit: