Registration is Open and Sponsorships are Available 

Dallas, TX (October 1, 2019) – Brinks Home Security™ is teaming with Mission 500 for the company’s fourth annual Brinks Home Security 5K on Saturday, Oct.19, 2019, in Farmers Branch, Texas. Proceeds from this year’s event will benefit children attending Farmers Branch Elementary, Habitat for Humanity Dallas, and children living in poverty across the United States.

Last year’s Brinks Home Security 5K raised more than $52,000 and benefitted children at Farmers Branch Elementary, in addition to helping families displaced by the Northern California fires, and students attending a Title One School in Boynton Beach, FL. In addition, Brinks was named the Primary Sponsor of the Lighthouse Program, which benefits Title One Schools in Houston, Texas.


Our ability to help children and families in need would not be possible without annual events such as the Brinks Home Security 5K,” says Tom Nolan, Director of Strategic Partnerships for Mission 500. “Proceeds from this event have made a positive difference in many lives, and we are proud to work with Brinks Home Security again this year.”


The race is open to people of all ages. Participants can register now and see more information at 
brinkshomesecurity5k.com. Registration is only $30 until Sept. 29, then $35 afterward. Cash prizes and trophies are planned for the top finishers in several categories.

Mission 500, a nonprofit charitable organization that works closely with the security industry to serve the needs of children and communities in crisis, is once again partnering with Brinks Home Security for this year’s event. 


Corporate sponsorships are available at the Platinum, Gold and Silver levels, and in-kind sponsorships (product donations) are also encouraged. Sponsor benefits include a table at the event, company logo on event marketing materials, verbal recognition, and the opportunity to increase the sponsor’s profile within the local community.

For more information on Mission 500 or on how to become involved in supporting Mission 500, contact Tom Nolan at 
tnolan@mission500.org, or call 631.219.8728.

To learn more about Brinks Home Security’s full suite of smart, personalized home security solutions, along with professional 24/7 alarm monitoring, visit 
brinkshome.com


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About Ascent Capital Group and Brinks Home Security
Ascent Capital Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: ASCMA) is a holding company whose primary subsidiary operates as Brinks Home Security™, one of the largest home security and alarm monitoring companies in the U.S. Headquartered in the Dallas –Fort Worth area, Brinks Home Security secures approximately 1 million residential and commercial customers through highly responsive, simple security solutions backed by expertly trained professionals. The company has the nation’s largest network of independent authorized dealers –providing products and support to customers in the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico –as well as direct-to-consumer sales of DIY and professionally installed products. To learn more, visit 
brinkshome.com
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About Mission 500
Mission 500 is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization that works closely with the security industry to serve the needs of underprivileged children living in the United States. Through corporate sponsorships and donations, the volunteer-driven initiative has distributed more than 13,000 book bags filled with school supplies to students attending Title One schools, provided almost 50,000 weekend meals to children who aren’t promised a meal outside of a school setting, and most recently, donated 300 hope packs filled with school supplies and essential hygiene items for children misplaced by natural disasters. Mission 500 also serves as an advisory team for cohorts in Canada and Latin America. Through this partnership, Mission 500 LATAM is currently sponsoring over 1,000 impoverished children around the world.