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Capitol Sales at CEDIA

Latest “No New Wires” Technologies To Take Starring Role
In Company’s CEDIA Exhibit, Booth 1665


  • Capitol Sales, the leading electronics distribution source for commercial and residential contractors, will showcase the full breadth of No New Wires technology products at the 2009 CEDIA Expo.
  • Capitol will illustrate how its commitment to being the distribution leader in No New Wires products will help dealers, integrators and installers stay at the top of their game by giving them the best of modern-day retrofit options, in packages that make the most sense for their respective needs.
  • Capitol will also feature its ever-growing, extensive line-up of all leading products and accessories from 125 vendors, including 15 new partners, in addition to the standard-setting customer service and an extensive educational program that gives custom professionals the tools they need to grow as the custom market continues to evolve.


  • Booth #1665, 2009 CEDIA Expo, September 9 — 13, Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, GA
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