Digital Delivery Group Announces "Ice Cream for Nevo Day"

SEATTLE, WA--Digital Delivery Group (DDG) announced that on Friday, August 8th it will be hosting an "Ice Cream for Nevo Day" at all 27 locations across the country. This event is a joint effort with Universal Electronics Inc. (UEI), who manufactures Nevo controllers.

Ice cream from Ben & Jerry's will be given to customers who visit a DDG location and see a demonstration of NevoQ50 and NevoS70. Both controllers use two-way Z-wave RF technology with the versatile NevoConnect NC-50 base station for a complete and reliable control solution. The new NevoS70 also offers WiFi technology for easy viewing of mobile Web Content such as ESPN scores, weather and stock quotes as well as IP Cameras and Digital Music metadata.

DDG will be offering a special promotion on Nevo products to make it easier for dealers to experience the control solution first hand.

"We are excited that DDG is hosting this fun event since Nevo is such a great product with its simple set up, smart technology, and really sleek design. DDG is committed to bringing innovative technologies to electronic systems contractors and it's fabulous they are providing this opportunity for their dealers to learn about Nevo and enjoy ice cream on a summer day," says Ami Wright, Universal Electronics national sales manager.

"Nevo's new S70 is a home run," states David Kaplan, Digital Delivery Group executive director, "it is the first remote to combine dual RF control –Wi-Fi and Z-Wave. We think it is so cool that we decided to throw a party to celebrate its introduction."

Dealers who cannot visit a DDG distributor that day, can still get free ice cream by participating in an online demonstration of Nevo that will be held at three different times August 8th on Nevo University at .

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