MELVILLE, NY--ADI will host a special customer appreciation event with its vendors at the 2008 CEDIA EXPO in Denver, CO to thank dealers for their continuous support and patronage. ADI customers are invited to the event held on Friday, September 5, at the famous Mile High Station, which will feature music by a popular alternative rock band.
ADI also is sponsoring the Learning Labs at CEDIA to deliver hands-on training to custom installers. ADI provides numerous opportunities throughout the year to help dealers stay ahead including trade show events, Expo seminars, training classes, local branch events, sweepstakes and more. The customer appreciation event at CEDIA EXPO 2008 is open to ADI customers only, and a limited number of tickets will be distributed first come, first serve, at the ADI booth #300. For more information on becoming an ADI customer please visit www.adilink.com/services/customerApplication.php.
For the past three years, ADI has hosted a customer appreciation event at the CEDIA EXPO to express gratitude to customers and provide a forum for dealers and vendors to network and enjoy time together. This year's theme, Go Full Throttle, reinforces how ADI and its vendors help customers accelerate their business and expand offerings. This year's event will be sponsored by more than 30 prominent vendors including Boston Acoustics, Denon, Harman International, Hitachi, Key Digital, Linear, Peerless, Pioneer, Proficient, and Russound.
"These types of events let ADI clearly demonstrate its support for dealers, and the custom electronics industry. Russound is extremely excited to sponsor the event and show our appreciation to customers," said Charlie Porritt, vice president at Russound. "We are looking forward to spending time and communicating with dealers, installers and the ADI team."
"Our customers are important to the steady growth of ADI in the AV space," said John Sullivan, vice president of sales at ADI. "This provides them with an extraordinary night to demonstrate our gratitude. We also thank our vendors for their support in making this night possible."