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Neothings Launches NeoPro Brand for Custom Integrators

Neothings Launches NeoPro Brand for Custom Integrators

La Mesa, CA, September 11, 2006 – Neothings, Inc., today announced that it will launch a new brand name exclusively for the custom integration and installation market. The NeoPro products are to carry some signature features, as well as it’s own website.

NeoPro aims to provide professional grade products for the home theater and residential integration market. With the focus squarely on integration, NeoPro can offer products that do not have to make the usual compromises of performance and control features that a consumer grade product would.

NeoPro products will be sold exclusively through qualified integrators through a dealer agreement program. The brand is not intended for storefront retail or Internet sale. Part of NeoPro’s plan for it’s integration dealers is enhanced support on it’s website. Control protocols, support files, and all available resources will be found online.

“We look forward to continuing to provide professional support to our existing dealers, as well as establishing relationships with dealers that are seeking professional products with knowledgeable service and support”, states Bill Paul, CEO.

About Neothings and NeoPro
Neothings began in 2005 with the aim of creating switching and routing products specifically built for home theater enthusiasts and custom system integrators. Their products are designed in house and manufactured in the USA to exacting specifications. For further information about NeoPro and its’ products, please visit http://www.neoprointegrator.com/

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