Springfield, MA—January 24, 2020
IBS Electronics and Security (https://ibselectronics.net/) announces their support of the New England Bowling Association (NEBA) by becoming a tournament sponsor. NEBA has a rich 57-year history and is recognized as the longest-running USBC sanctioned monthly scratch tournament.
Gordon Oliver of IBS Electronics and Security said, “IBS Electronics and Security is proud to support America’s longest-running USBC sanctioned monthly scratch tournament. As a past participant and Champion (Largely thanks to Filet of Friend William Sole), I have many friends that compete in these events. It is with great pride that we engage in supporting NEBA to maintain and grow its tremendously successful competition platform. In fact, I may shoe up again soon!”
IBS Electronics is pleased to support such an excellent organization and currently services seven bowling centers in the area. The company is an integral partner for startups, existing businesses, and new construction. They assist in the design, installation, service, inspection, and implementation of a secure security platform. These platforms include but are not limited to Fire Alarm Systems, Intrusion, CCTV, Access Control, and Nurse Call Systems.
As a full-service security systems integrator, IBS Electronics works with many industries and would like to extend their offerings to businesses in the bowling industry or any others that need comprehensive security systems to protect their assets, buildings, employees, and customers. Let IBS be your security partner today!
Join us at the IBS Electronics Open on February 8th and 9th to support bowling and NEBA.
About IBS Electronics and Security
IBS Electronics and Security has been in business for over 26 years and is headquartered in Springfield, MA. Licensed in MA, CT, NH, VT & ME IBS is a full-service security systems integrator providing Burglar Alarms, Fire Detection, Video Surveillance, Access Control, and Audio/Video Communications to clients nationally.
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