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Fox Valley Fire & Safety earns honor

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Elgin-based Valley Fire & Safety was recently awarded Domestic Distributor of the Year 2013 at the 27th Annual Notifier Distributor Leadership Conference in Palm Desert, Calif.

Notifer by Honeywell, a worldwide leading commercial fire alarm, life safety and mass notification system manufacturer, awarded Fox Valley Fire & Safety the Domestic Distributor of the year award in recognition of excellence in all aspects of providing comprehensive fire protection solutions.

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"We are proud of our team and the remarkable difference our people make," said Ken Volkening, president of Fox Valley Fire & Safety. "It's a great honor to be recognized for our commitment and drive to provide exceptional customer service.

"I'm equally humbled and motivated by the effort of everyone in our organization," he added. "We were also recognized with our 9th consecutive Million Dollar Distributor award for sales in excess of $1 million."

Fox Valley Fire & Safety has been providing life safety solutions for the Chicagoland market since 1960. Providing sales, installation, service and inspections for Fire Alarm Systems, 24-Hour Monitoring, Fire Extinguishers, ANSUL Systems, Emergency and Exit Lighting, Security Systems, CCTV, Card Access Systems, Engineered Systems, and Sprinkler Service. For more information, visit

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