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Stardraw Expands In U.S.

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london, england -- Software providers,, has established a West Coast office in partnership with U.S. distribution specialists, North American Pro Audio (NAPA). The partnership with NAPA, operating as Stardraw. com USA, will look after all Stardraw's customers within the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico, and manage resellers and reps in the territory.

In addition to handling all sales and frontline technical support, USA will offer a comprehensive schedule of user training seminars across the U.S. for 2005.

Stardraw marketing director, Rob Robinson, welcomes the new arrangement: "We had such a phenomenal year in 2004 that it became clear we should increase our resource base, and early indicators for 2005 suggest that this is definitely the right move at the right time. With its proven track record in high-end pro audio distribution to the systems integration market, North American Pro Audio presented as the ideal distribution partner."

NAPA president, Lynn Martin, agreed: "Our strategy of remaining discreetly in the background while providing all the necessary support and technical backup is a formula that has worked very well for us with other manufacturers such as Allen & Heath and others that we represent."


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