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INDUSTRY BLUES BAND ROCKS THE STAGE AT INFOCOMM 09 – Network and support the NSCA Education Foundation at B.B. King’s Blues Club

Cedar Rapids, IA, May 7, 2009 — Attend the Industry Charity Concert featuring the blues band, the Drunk Unkles, at 9 p.m. on June 17, at the popular B.B. King’s Blues Club in Orlando, FL during InfoComm 09. The event provides support to recruit students to the commercial electronic systems industry and as well as provide educational opportunities.

Join colleagues and peers as part of the social and networking activities sponsored by the NSCA Education Foundation. Several industry professionals have brought their own blues band together for the fourth annual Drunk Unkles concert during InfoComm 09. This casual and entertaining event raises money for industry education through NSCA’s Education Foundation.

“Our industry supporters prove year after year that building our industry through well-trained employees is an essential part of doing business,? said Foundation President, Tom Frericks. “Not only does everyone have a great time, the event also allows us to support the education initiatives of the NSCA Education Foundation for our industry’s growing and changing workforce.?

Band members making this event possible include:
 Felix Robinson (Angel) — AVI-SPL
 “Uncle” Steve Emspak (Aerosmith songsmith) — Shen Milsom & Wilke
 Marc Hochlerin (Mazarin) — Cerami & Associates
 Mike “The Pie” Phillips — Hudson Marketing Inc
 Johnny “Bottom” Cardone — Cardone Solomon and Associates

Sponsors for this event include Platinum Sponsor AMX, Gold Sponsors Christie and FSR, Bronze Sponsors Barco, NEC and Stewart Filmscreen and Contributing Sponsors AVI-SPL, and Shen Milsom & Wilke.

Stop by one of these sponsor’s booths during the show or visit the NSCA Zone, booth # 5578, to pick up a free invitation to the concert.

Guests attending this event must be 21 years of age or older. Doors open at 8:30 p.m.

About the NSCA Education Foundation
The NSCA Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that supports educational initiatives focused on the future growth and stability of the commercial electronic systems industry. The goals of the Foundation include: making training available and affordable for industry professionals and students, attracting new qualified individuals into the industry; and providing the industry with leadership and direction through educational programs. For more information, visit www.nscafoundation.org.

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