Congratulations to Preston Ferguson, who has been named Secure Pacific’s Employee of the Quarter for 2017 Q4. Preston initially joined the Secure Pacific Seattle branch in August of 2013 as a Customer Service Representative (CSR), mainly servicing construction and job-site security. From there he worked as a Job-Site Security Consultant and also as an Account Manager. Here are some of the things his peers and managers have said about Preston: “Preston consistently performs at a high professional level and is always ready to assist, train and help others in the company. I have reached out to him numerous times and he always responds within minutes with an answer. He has helped our growth into the construction industry here in Spokane. My last two sales, Bouten and Lydig were made possible through Preston’s professionalism and reputation. Bouten and Lydig requested references from their Seattle offices, the deals were done quickly here in Spokane after the Seattle offices praised the relationship Preston had created. It’s great to … Read More
Secure Pacific’s Spokane office is named Bronze – Best Business to Business Security System Provider in Spokane Coeur d’Alene Living Magazine 2018! Recently established in February 2017, Secure Pacific’s Spokane office has caused waves throughout the Washington and Idaho markets. They have seen tremendous success throughout 2017 and continue strong into the new year. Congratulations Spokane!
With the implementation of the new 564 area code throughout Western Washington, dialing full 10-digit phone numbers (area code included) is now mandatory to connect your call. When and where does it take affect? As of July 28th, 2017, this procedural change has taken affect. The new area code was added to Washington’s existing 206, 253, 360, 425 prefixes to support the increasing demand for more phone numbers. Those located within these area codes must dial the 10-digit number or will be faced with an automated voice message requesting a redial. What will be affected? The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission has cited this change may impact services such as medical alert devices, call forwarding, and other preprogrammed services in the obsolete seven-digit format. With this, we are aware customers have been getting notified to call their alarm security company. Please read below. Important things to note as a Secure Pacific customer… Secure Pacific systems and our Verification Center uses … Read More
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Sonitrol Pacific moves up to 37 and Secure Pacific moves up to 77 in this year’s SDM Top 100 list of security companies in the United States. May 23, 2017 – Seattle, Wash. – Northwest-owned sister companies, Sonitrol Pacific and Secure Pacific, have ranked in this year’s list of the top 100 security companies nationwide. Since 1991, Security Distribution and Marketing (SDM) Magazine has published an annual report ranking the top 100 security companies in the U.S. based on their recurring monthly revenue. In their latest issue, the 2017 SDM 100 Report puts Sonitrol Pacific and Secure Pacific at #37 and #77, respectively. Sonitrol Pacific moves to #37 from #38 the previous year. Although incremental, this one spot advance is quite telling of the company’s ongoing success. The accomplishment is indicative of Sonitrol Pacific’s strengthening client relations alongside their unmatched product offering of Verified Security. Secure Pacific soars 19 spots, from #96 to #77, within the twelve-month span; the second … Read More
Secure Pacific Customers, For nearly 40 years you have trusted Secure Pacific to protect your home, business, or property. Help us now protect this planet through our paperless invoicing! Go green with us as we strive to bring the most secure, convenient, and responsible offerings to our customers. To set-up paperless invoicing, please email Mattie MacKenzie at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you, Secure Pacific
Secure Pacific is proud to announce our Ribbon Cutting Ceremony celebrating the opening of our new Spokane office! We invite you to join us on Tuesday, February 21st, 2017 at 4pm to commemorate the special occasion! We are extremely excited to bring our Verified Security Systems and provide Verified Peace of Mind® to our customers throughout the Inland Northwest. We will be providing complementary refreshments, raffling off many prizes, and holding live demos of our Verified System! We look forward to your company. Please RSVP at on our Evite page, here. Contact Kayla White (509-822-8513) for more information. What: Secure Pacific’s Ribbon Cutting Celebration When: 4pm on Tuesday, February 21st, 2017 Where: Secure Pacific’s Spokane Office SECURE PACIFIC CORPORATION 877-837-4723 9011 East Valleyway Ave. Spokane Valley, WA 99212
We are extremely excited to announce that we will be bringing our Verified Security Solutions to the Inland Northwest region starting December 1st! We will be opening a new branch office in Spokane Valley, which will allow us to provide Verified Peace of Mind® to businesses, institutions and residences in the region. From our new office location, we will be able to manage the needs of customers in northeastern Washington and northern Idaho. Our Spokane Valley location may be new, but you will recognize some familiar faces among the staff and continue to receive the friendly, personalized service that you have come to expect from Secure Pacific. Our Spokane home security services and commercial security services will include video verification, access control, fire alarm and environmental monitoring. If you have friends or family in the area looking for a Spokane security company for their home or business, feel free to tell them about us! Referrals are the greatest compliment we … Read More