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CAD Audio Names Anew C.T. Rep For Southwest and Rockies

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Solon, OH––CAD Audio has appointed Anew C.T. (Communications Technology) as sales representative for Southern California, Southern Nevada, Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico.

Founded in 1999, Anew C.T. has a proven record of success and extensive experience with the Commercial AV, Pro Audio and MI markets. In addition to CAD Audio, they represent leading brands such as Atlona, TC Group, LG Electronics, Behringer, Digital Projection, Clearone and Listen Technologies to name a few.

Asked about the appointment, Anew C.T. President Nelson Brugh said, “Cad Audio has for eight decades been a leader in performance, studio and conferencing microphones that are held in high-regard in the Pro Audio and MI markets. We are all excited about providing the local sales and marketing for CAD audio in both channels.”

Jeff Beck, CAD Audio VP Sales, added, "We are very pleased to make this addition to our US sales force. The progressive and innovative products CAD audio has released over the past few years require professional, enthusiastic representation and a similar ideology in company philosophy. Anew C.T. brings a that level of professionalism and excitement and we look forward to growing our business together in 2016 and beyond.”

For more information about CAD Audio, please call 800.762.9266 or click to www.cadaudio.com.

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