BURLESON, Texas, Dec. 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Sentry Security Solutions, a business and residential security provider, recently secured a multi-million dollar loan commitment with RMR Capital Group. The financing allows for continued and aggressive internal account generation, the potential to enter new markets, and the pursuit of strategic acquisitions.

RMR Capital Group is a specialty finance company that delivers equity building opportunities to dealers across the country. “Sentry Security Solutions has a strong management team with a proven track record of creating and managing high quality service offerings for its customer base. We are excited to support their growth in the North Texas market,” said Tim Meekin, Vice President of Sales.

“Self-funding for our first 3 years of business has served us well with a slow and methodical growth approach. We were very cautious about growing too quickly and sacrificing the favorable customer experiences for which we are recognized,” stated Sentry Security Solutions’ President Nick McAmis. “Our relationship with RMR Capital will afford us the ability to accelerate our organic growth, explore the possibility of acquisitions, and attract new talent.”

The additional funding comes at a time when the acquisition market has opened up with many high-quality opportunities. Sentry Security Solutions has also brought on Abigail King as the company’s Marketing Manager. She will be responsible for conceiving and executing marketing strategies and tactics that drive growth and attract new talent.

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