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CCS PRESENTATION SYSTEMS OPENS NEW OFFICE IN KANSAS CITY

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – (February 23, 2009) – CCS Presentation Systems, one of the largest integrators of audio and visual equipment in the U.S., today announced the opening of its new Kansas City regional office. The office is located at 13900 W. 108th Street, Lenexa, KS 66215.

“In this digital age, audio and video technology has become an integral part of every building project from K-12 schools to corporate high-rises and luxury hotels,? said Brian MacGee, president of CCS Presentation Systems of Kansas City. “Kansas City-area businesses understand the positive impact that a/v technology has on the customer experience and we believe that the demand for our services will grow throughout Kansas and Missouri.?

Born and raised in Kansas City, brothers, Mike and Brian MacGee are leading the new Kansas City office. Their team of a/v professionals will build upon the experience and skill of the CCS national network, to offer Kansas City area businesses and schools state-of-the-art a/v installation and design expertise. CCS established this new location in the Kansas City area to satisfy the growing demand for cutting-edge a/v installation.

CCS sells, installs and services equipment as well as trains clients to use a/v technology. CCS offers multiple product lines to enhance presentation effectiveness and customer experiences including interactive SMARTBoards, LCD & plasma displays, projectors and projection screens.

To contact CCS of Kansas City, please call (913) 948-6666.

About CCS Presentation Systems, Inc.
Since 1991, Scottsdale, Ariz.-based CCS Presentation Systems has served customers in the corporate, government and educational sectors. CCS provides full-service integration, installation and maintenance of audio and video equipment, including interactive whiteboards, projectors, LCD & plasma displays, audio systems, document cameras and more. The company has expanded from a two-person operation to one of the largest A/V integrators in the U.S., with more than 300 employees, sales offices in 11 states and annual sales in excess of $150 million. For more information about CCS Presentation Systems, visit www.ccspresentationsystems.com.

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