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Dealing in New Wave

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The dealer network for the sale of the new wave truss system from Total Structures continues to grow. Such has been the interest and demand for the latest product from the company that the network is not just limited to the U.S. but extends to Europe and beyond.

A list of dealers and associated contact information can be found on www.newwavetruss.com, which includes such names as TMB Associates, Barbizon, ACT Lighting, Oasis Stage Werks, Kanai of Japan and Total Fabrications in the UK and Singapore.

Dealers are being trained in the use of the product. They have sample kits to enable a demonstration of the versatility of the product to customers and show them some of the numerous options that are available.

Enquiries regarding new wave can be made through the dealers mentioned or Total Structures in California.

For more information, call 805-676-3322 or visit www.totalstructures.com.

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