AAMP Home shows its strong commitment to the custom home installer with new line of high-performance accessories and commodity items from premier Stinger, Sound Quest, and AAMP Home brands.
Clearwater, Fl., August, 2007 — AAMP of America Home, the high-performance home audio and video accessories division for AAMP of America, announced today it will exhibit for the fourth consecutive year at the 2007 Custom Electronics Design and Installation Association (CEDIA) Expo on September 6-9. Located at Booth #280 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Co, AAMP Home will feature its broadest product lineup to date from premier Stinger, Sound Quest, and AAMP Home brands–showing its strong commitment to the custom home installer.
These new products include a vast sampling of the latest Stinger structured cabling and in-wall wire, as well as Sound Quest interconnects and high-quality in-wall and ceiling speakers–all with contractor pricing. AAMP Home will feature its latest HDMI 1.3 compliant interconnects and industry-standard DVI cables; standard pass-through, patent-pending reverse pass-through, and Keystone wall plates; volume controls; and patented compression fittings. AAMP Home will also showcase an array of crimping, splitting, and other tools for the custom installer.
The amount of new products represents a concerted effort by AAMP Home to meet the growing demands of custom home installers for more time-saving, high-performance tools and accessories for their jobs.
“We’re really excited about this year’s CEDIA,” said Alberto Lopez, Marketing Director for AAMP of America Home. “With double-digit growth this past year, we’ve got a great opportunity to show off our outstanding products to the custom home installer.”
AAMP Home will have an in-booth home specialist and installer to show how to properly prepare several styles of Stinger in-wall wire for use with its compression fittings. There will also be hands-on demos of AAMP Home’s new interactive website and AAMP Online, a 24-7 online catalog and instant ordering system for dealers and installers. In addition, the brand-new 2008 AAMP Home product catalog will be available.
AAMP Home’s newest salesperson, Ron Scarfpin, will also join other members of the AAMP Home team at CEDIA.
“CEDIA gives us a chance to talk directly with our customers and show them what we’ve got,” said Lopez. “Really, it’s more than just products. As both a manufacturer and distributor, we’re literally a one-stop shop. And with three warehouses, same-day shipping, small minimum orders, and an online ordering system, we make sure our installers get the items they need when they need them.”
About AAMP of America:
AAMP of America is a global supplier of a broad spectrum of car and home audio video accessories, installation supplies and OEM integration solutions. AAMP of America brings many new technologies to the forefront including; convergence of personal audio devices into the automotive environment, integration of mobile video into OEM systems, and storefront point of purchase profit centers.
AAMP of America can be found on the Web at www.aampofamerica.com. For more information please contact Stephen Ansley at 727-572-9255 or firstname.lastname@example.org.