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AVAD Opens New Philadelphia Location to Best Serve Area Dealers

New State-of-the-Art Distribution and Training Center Designed to Provide Outstanding Support to Local Dealer Base

Van Nuys, Calif. — December 18, 2006 — AVAD LLC, America’s leading distributor of custom home electronics, announced today that the company has opened a new distribution center in Philadelphia to best serve the area’s regional dealer base. Now accepting orders for pickup, AVAD-Philadelphia is officially opens for business and begins full-scale shipping operations this month.

At 18,000 square feet, the new facility provides a complete inventory of residential system solutions, as well as comprehensive product training, technical and sales support. The center is conveniently located smack in the middle of AVAD’s Philadelphia dealer base, only one mile off either the Pennsylvania Turnpike or Route 476.

True to the AVAD tradition of investing heavily in the technical expertise of their dealers, the location also features a state-of-the-art training facility. The training facility will comfortably seat 25 to 30 people and will have full technical support with projection video, wireless Internet and network capability. An ample showroom with multiple integrated technology systems are also in place, so dealers and their clients can see how AVAD’s leading brands interact with one another. Dealers will also be able to walk directly into the will-call area as they enter the front door.

“We’ve been looking at adding a Philadelphia location for a number of years,” said Kip Dellinger, vice president of AVAD Metro East. “We know from our market research that there is great demand and our customers have been asking us to establish a distribution center in this area for some time. This new location in Plymouth Meeting will provide convenience and save our dealers considerable time and money.”

Bob Gartland, president of AVAD LLC commented: “We’re very excited about the growth outlook for the eastern United States. This facility is an example of AVAD’s regional expansion plans and investments in both our company’s and our dealer’s future. Our dealers demand the very best in service and support, and we’ll be able to deliver that thanks to this new location.”

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Location and contact information: AVAD-Philadelphia, 4100 Butler Pike, #B105, Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania 19462, (610) 940-2321.

In Brief: Release Summary

· AVAD, America’s leading distributor of custom home electronics, announces the opening of a new Philadelphia location to best serve the company’s regional dealer base.

· Now accepting orders for pickup, the Philadelphia distribution center begins full-scale shipping operations this month.

· At 18,000 square feet, the facility provides a complete inventory of residential system solutions, as well as comprehensive product training, technical and sales support.

· AVAD-Philadelphia is located at 4100 Butler Pike, #B105, Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania.

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About AVAD, LLC

AVAD, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ingram Micro, Inc., is the most complete home integration solutions provider in the United States. Its in-depth technology offering of the most trusted brands and progressive continuing education programs provide all the support necessary to design and implement complete home electronic systems solutions. AVAD stocks products for home theater, lighting controls, distributed audio/video, central vacuum, and more. AVAD also provides just-in-time delivery from each of its 37 locations nationwide.

AVAD is dedicated to dealer education, training and skill advancement, as evidenced by AVAD University’s over 450 online and classroom continuing education classes held each year. By partnering with CEDIA for key industry training courses such as Installer Level I and II Certification, Designer Boot Camps and Home Theater Workshops, AVAD is unparalleled in its commitment to the betterment of the industry and the dealer’s bottom line.

AVAD exemplifies this concept with the Dealer to Builder (D2B) program, which links highly-trained and qualified members of its 9,000+ dealer corps with homebuilders across the United States to outfit new homes with in-demand, cutting-edge electronic systems.

Product lines that AVAD distributes and supports include: Acme Brackets, APC, Aprilaire, Artison, Atlantic Technology, Belden, Bose, Carlon, ChannelPlus, Coleman Cable, H-P Products/Dirt Devil Central Vacuum Systems, D-Link, Draper, Fujitsu, Gefen, Goo System-Visual Reality, Inc., Harman Kardon, InFocus ScreenPlay, iPort, JVC Professional Products Company, Key Digital, Lutron, Marantz, Middle Atlantic Products, Inc., NetStreams, Niles Audio, Niveus Media, OmniMount, OnQ Technologies, OpenHouse, Panamax, Panasonic Phones, Peerless, Philips, Polk Audio, PROconnect, ProFlex, RTI, Samsung, Sharp, SharpVision, Spaun USA, Terk, Toshiba, Universal Remote Control and more.

In July 2005, AVAD was acquired by Ingram Micro, Inc., making its parent company the leading distributor for solution providers and custom integrators serving the fast-growing consumer electronics and home automation markets in the United States.

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For more information about AVAD, visit www.avad.com.

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