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AMX CEO Elected to InfoComm Board of Governors

RICHARDSON, Texas – Dec. 13, 2006 – AMX®, a worldwide leader in advanced control system technology, today announced that Rashid Skaf, AMX president and CEO, has been elected to InfoComm International‘s Board of Governors. Additionally, Spencer Bullins, AMX territory manager and former InfoComm president, has been appointed chairperson of the organization‘s new Certification Committee.

“The members of InfoComm have made a wise decision in electing Rashid to the Board of Governors. As an organization we will benefit from his business acumen, industry knowledge and consummate professionalism.” said Randal A. Lemke, Ph.D., executive director, InfoComm. “I am also pleased to appoint Spencer as the chair of InfoComm‘s new Certification Committee. His extensive knowledge of the A/V industry and strong management skills provide InfoComm with the talent needed to elevate its robust certification program.”

“Over the years, InfoComm has provided significant value to the commercial A/V industry by uniting its members behind common goals and objectives,” said Skaf. “Spencer and I are excited to serve in our new roles, and we look forward to working with the association to advance the industry even farther.”

InfoComm is an international trade association for the professional audiovisual and information communications industries. Established in 1939, the organization has 4,000 members, including manufacturers, systems integrators, dealers and distributors, independent consultants, programmers, rental and staging companies, end-users and multimedia professionals from more than 70 countries.

InfoComm is organized with an elected board of nine volunteer governors and hired staff. Board members are responsible for determining association policy in finance, human resources, member relations, organizational operations and planning.

Skaf and Bullins will both serve two-year terms beginning in 2007.

About AMX
AMX is a worldwide leader in advanced control and automation technology for commercial and residential markets. The company‘s hardware and software products simplify the way people interact with technology. This includes making it easier for system integrators to sell, program and install AMX products – ranging from touch panels, keypads and handheld remotes to customizable resource management tools – as well as making the overall AMX end-user experience intuitive and simple. Leveraging the power of automation technology, AMX is making the world a little less complicated. AMX was founded in 1982 and is a subsidiary of Duchossois Industries, Inc. For more information about the company, visit www.amx.com.

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