Wireworks Names Ceo Of Extol Promedia Winner Of Musilux Cabling Contest

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HILLSIDE, NJ--Wireworks put this years InfoComm attendees to the test as they took a stab at guessing the exact measurement of the companys ultra-flexible microphone cable, MusiLUX, which was closely wrapped into a small fishbowl, for its How Many Feet of MusiLUX Cable is in the Bowl contest. Andy Seale, CEO of Extol Promedia, a consulting, system design and installation company, was awarded 5,000 feet of Wireworks best-selling microphone cabling as he had the closest guess, without going over. Coincidentally Seale was the very first person to submit his guess on the opening day of the show.

I was admiring Wireworks display of MusiLUX during my first day at the show and figured Id take a shot at it, says Seale. I will definitely use my prize throughout my next installation. I also have my eyes set on the companys SpeakerLUX cables; hopefully Wireworks will have another contest highlighting that product next year!

Our MusiLUX contest was a great success for us, it really showcased how flexible our MusiLUX cabling is, states Gerald Krulewicz, president of Wireworks. The estimates we received ranged from outlandish to pretty close. Our winner came within under 10 feet of the actual length, which for all submitters, totaled 359 feet and 8 inches.

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