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Community Welcomes JMS Marketing

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CHESTER, PA--Community Professional Loudspeakers has appointed JMS Marketing to its acclaimed network of manufacturer's representatives and distributors across the United States and overseas.

Founded in 1975 by industry veteran Joe Martin, JMS Marketing is an established and highly-regarded service-oriented rep firm that covers the Pro Audio/Video, Sound/Lighting Contractor and Musical Instrument markets. JMS will represent Community in the states of Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and most of Texas, with Martin based in the company's main offices in Austin, and Sales Representatives Mick Anderson, John McDowell, Brad Sellars and Brian Hays covering the field.

"We're very pleased to welcome JMS Marketing as our new sales representative," remarked Rod Falconer, Community's regional manager in the Western US and Canada. "Their reputation as an established and accomplished sales team is a perfect fit with Community's continued growth and expansion as an industry leader."

Joe Martin added, "As Community marks their 40th anniversary and JMS Marketing celebrates our 33rd year, we're thrilled to come on board to represent one of the industry's most respected brands, with a long history of quality and innovation."


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