ESDA supports a worthy cause

November 2019 News

The Electronic Security Distributors’ Association (ESDA) held its annual charity golf day earlier this year at the Benoni Country Club. Once again, the industry supported the event and made a significant contribution to the beneficiary of this year’s golf day, the K9 Watchdog Project.

In fact, after all the administrative work was done, the 2019 golf day turned out to be ESDA’s most successful event to date. The organisation secured 34 four-balls and raised over R80 000 for the K9 Watchdog Project. This donation will assist with both the training and upkeep of a dog for one year.

ESDA expressed its thanks to the following companies for their generous donations, hole sponsorships and four-ball bookings: Regal Distributors SA, RDC, Centurion Systems, MAMI, Nemtek, Powell Tronics, Secutel, Sensor Security, Elvey, TPA, V-Cam Security, Specialised Exhibitions, Impro Technologies, IDS, IDEMIA, Comb Communications and Hi-Tech Security Solutions.


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