TWC announced as finalist for $100,000 security grant
Jan 15, 2015
Tennessee Wesleyan College is a finalist in STANLEY Security’s Together for Safer Schools grant program.
TWC could win up to $100,000 of STANLEY Security products to help enhance campus security and ensure student safety.
Starting January 19, everyone is encouraged to vote for TWC daily through February 13. There are three voting methods: online, by text, and via Twitter. To vote online, visitwww.stanleysaferschools.com. To vote through text, send “twcnet” to 334455. On Twitter, Tweet using hashtags #stanleysecurity and #twcnet. Tweets must include both hashtags to count! Retweets of Tweets containing both hashtags also count as votes.
The college with the most votes will receive a $100,000 campus safety grant, and the second-place college will receive a $25,000 campus safety grant. The grants will be used for STANLEY Security products and services. Winners will be notified in March 2015.
In its second year, the STANLEY Security Together for Safer Schools grant program provides the opportunity to enhance safety and security in the nation’s higher education institutions by awarding schools a share of a substantial grant of STANLEY Security installed products and services.
For more information on the STANLEY Security Together for Safer Schools grant program, and to vote for Tennessee Wesleyan, please visit www.stanleysaferschools.com.