THERE will be fun for all the family as the popular Party in the Park returns to Delph – and it is certainly a family affair too for their main sponsors CIA 2000.
The family-run business in Lees was established in 1979 and over the past 40 years has flourished to fulfil commercial and public sector contracts as well as serving domestic customers.
From initially installing domestic intruder alarm systems, they now provide an extensive choice including fire alarms, CCTV, access control, gates and barriers and emergency lights.
And they are looking forward to helping customers over the next 40 years, securing the future of their company with second generation family members getting involved.
Current managing director Jim Perry and his wife Jackie, who is financial director, are nearing the age of retirement, so their son Mark is looking to take the reins.
They said: “CIA 2000 take great pride in the work we do and strive to provide customers with a quality service while keeping our strong family and ethical values.
“Our engineers are trained to the highest standards and our continual investment in training remains paramount to ensure they have the expertise to install and service your equipment and help you to get the very best out of your systems.
“Our experienced and professional team will listen to your needs and tailor the very best solutions, keeping you fully informed every step of the way from conception to completion.
“We are looking to build on our current business, expand operations, along with our workforce, and keep up-to-date with the latest technology.”
As part of this commitment, CIA 2000 have invested in a new website, updated company logo, and new fleet vehicles.
And they are also continuing their support of local businesses, events and causes, including being sponsors of the recent Cotton Clouds festival and upcoming Party in the Park.