CONTROLTEK Supports LPF by Advancing Sponsorship to Doctoral Level

CONTROLTEK Demonstrates Commitment to the Loss Prevention Industry by Advancing Their Support to a Doctorate Level Partner for the Loss Prevention Foundation

MATTHEWS, NC – October 7, 2020 – The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) announced that CONTROLTEK has advanced its partnership to become the newest Doctorate level scholarship partner. CONTROLTEK has been a bachelor level partner and supporter of the LPF and with their commitment to becoming a Doctorate level partner they are continuing to set an example to the industry regarding the importance of continued education. The Doctorate level partnership secures numerous certification course scholarships as well as, complimentary LPF memberships for CONTROLTEK to distribute to Loss Prevention professionals.

“Our partners are what make it possible for us to continue to fulfill the mission of the LPF, which is education for the LP industry through our LPQ and LPC certifications,” commented Terry Sullivan, LPC, President of the LPF. “CONTROLTEK has truly demonstrated their commitment to our industry by advancing their sponsorship from the Bachelor level to the Doctorate level. Partners, like CONTROLTEK, who believe in and invest in our mission, are invaluable to the LPF and I am so excited to continue partnering with them at this advanced level.”

CONTROLTEK, whose mission is to provide solutions that protect and to always deliver on their promises, is a second generation, family-owned business that was started in 1976 and now has a presence on three continents. Headquartered in Bridgewater, NJ, CONTROLTEK strives to help customers solve their business problems in new, efficient, and secure ways.

“It is not only the importance of understanding the evolving challenges retailers are faced with and identifying solutions to combat their challenges, but also investing in education, training, and professional development for LP professionals, that will have great impact in moving the loss prevention industry forward,” said Rod Diplock, CEO of CONTROLTEK. “We are thrilled to continue to support the imperative work the LPF is doing and their mission to enhance the industry.”