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Electrograph's New York DTE Event Brings Out the Dealers

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NEW YORK, NY-Custom electronics distributor Electrograph brought its Display Technology Experience (DTE) to New York's Metropolitan Pavilion last month, where 37 of its partner manufacturers showed off their wares and attracted new potential dealers.

In addition to a relaxed networking environment, Electrograph's one-day event was chock full of free education training sessions, which offered both CEDIA continuing education and NSCA University credits. Informative classes on offer included, "Retrofit Installation", presented by Jeff Gardner, director of technical training for CEDIA, and "Multiple Dwelling Units (MDU's); Trends, Technologies, and Tips to Work Successfully in this Emerging Market", which was presented by Vic Cypher, president of EVtek.

"I've done six or seven of DTE events, and there is a good mix of residential, commercial, and sound," said Steve Schafer, account manager for Mitsubishi Electric, who was on hand to show off the company's line of home theater projectors.

At press time, Electrograph announced two late-breaking additions to its November 8 Display Technology Experience (DTE) reseller event at the Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, FL. The complimentary reseller program will now feature Panasonic's "Living in High Definition" nationwide tour truck, while giving resellers the ability to become certified to sell Philips Corporate Technologies 3D Solutions' "out-of-screen" WOWvx 3D flat panels, Electrograph's newest display offering.

"These are the most exciting 'late' additions we've ever made to our DTE program, which also includes all-new CEDIA content," explained Melody Craigmyle, vice president of marketing for Electrograph Systems, Inc.


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