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Stampede Offers DSCE Certification Training Entire Sales Force to be Certified Experts

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BUFFALO, NY--Stampede will hold Digital Signage Certified Expert (DSCE) training on Monday, October 26th and Tuesday, October 27th at Salvatore’s Grand Hotel in Buffalo, NY.

DSCE program is a digital signage certification course taught by industry veteran and expert, Alan Brawn. Normally offered at industry trade events for $495, Stampede is offering its dealers the opportunity to become DSCE certified for the discounted price of $249.

“During these tough economic times, Stampede is continually looking for ways to increase our dealers’ profitability and to help them save money” said Kevin Kelly, Stampede’s president and COO. “By helping dealers become experts in digital signage technologies at a reduced rate, this program certainly does both.”

Stampede’s entire sales force will complete training and continue to stay knowledgeable and proficient in the exciting digital signage segment. With the unprecedented growth of digital signage, Stampede remains committed to having an expert staff and remain the leader in distribution to the audiovisual industry. To register for the course, contact Stampede at 800-398-5652.

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