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Moo TV Acquires Eight Hitachi Z-HD5000 HD Cameras for Live Production during County Music Concert Tours

WOODBURY, NEW YORK – Hitachi Kokusai Electric America, Ltd., today announced that Moo TV—a video production and creative services company in Madison, TN—purchased eight Hitachi Z-HD5000 studio and field HDTV cameras to provide video support and big-screen multimedia presentations during concert tours and other live events.

As Pollstar’s “Video Company of the Year” for the past two years, Moo TV provides live multi-camera production, specialized personnel, and digital content creation services to top country artists, including the Zac Brown Band, Toby Keith, Brad Paisley, Miranda Lambert, and Alan Jackson.

The first four Hitachi Z-HD5000 HD cameras were purchased late last year for use on Zac Brown’s annual holiday tour between Christmas and New Year’s Day, including a sold-out New Year’s Eve concert at Philips Arena in downtown Atlanta. The second four were purchased for Toby Keith’s “Live in Overdrive” concert, which has a busy, national concert schedule this year through next. All eight cameras were purchased because both Zac Brown and Toby Keith wanted to upgrade their concert’s live video and multimedia presentations from standard- to high-definition.

“While we were planning to go high-def for the Zac Brown Band in March 2012, the band decided just after Thanksgiving 2011 that they wanted to go hi-def in time for their holiday concerts. With less than four weeks’ notice, we had to scramble for HD cameras and the other HD gear needed to support live multi-camera HD production,” said Chuck Young, general manager for Moo TV.

“Before we made this multi-million dollar investment, we called truck operators and others we knew in video and broadcast businesses to find out what cameras they recommended, and the name Hitachi kept coming up,” Young said. “With very little lead time, Hitachi sent us a Z-HD5000 camera to evaluate and play with. Our engineers put it on scopes and really liked the picture quality. When we told Hitachi we needed four units very quickly, we were treated like gold, and the equipment was delivered just in time for Zac Brown’s concerts.”

Young worked directly with Hitachi Vice President Sean Moran and Southeast Regional Sales Manager Danny Stephens. After years of shooting in the field with legacy Sony BVP-550 cameras, Young said their move to HD was a quantum leap that impacted every aspect of their infrastructure, including routing and production switchers, and required an intensive learning curve.

“One big change was from triax to fiber-backed cameras and fiber cable runs. I was concerned whether fiber would hold up to forklifts moving equipment, long-distance transport via semi-trailers, and other rough handling typical of live events,” said Young. “Sean recommended Gepco heavy-duty ‘stadium jackets’ to protect the fiber cable runs. We ordered 12 of them, and these casings have solved the problem.”

Due to the tight turnaround, some equipment—such as sled supports used to stabilize imaging with longer lenses—was not readily available from the factory and Hitachi proactively sent loaners to Moo TV. While the lenses on the Z-HD5000’s are SD, Young says the cameras still give them a dramatic improvement in picture quality. During a live show, some cameras are positioned on tripods at the front-of-house, while others serve as handhelds carried around the venue.

“Shots of the crowd’s reaction and participation splashing onto 40-or-50-foot video walls and other on-stage projection surfaces are now a vital part of any live concert,” Young said. “Because the Z-HD5000’s are so lightweight, our camera operators find they’re easier to shoulder for long periods of time while angling for the best shot. These cameras are real workhorses. Much of the time we’re running them in all kinds of horrible weather and challenging theatrical or natural lighting conditions at music festivals, fairs, and other outdoor concerts.”

Theatrical lighting, projection and display technology are such that HD video hasn’t been used much for concerts, but Young sees this trend starting to change. Last April, country singer/songwriter Toby Keith also gave Moo TV very little notice that he wanted to use HD video for his fast-approaching summer tour. Once again, Young turned to Hitachi for four more cameras. “This was a huge investment for us, but Sean and Danny put all our concerns at ease,” Young said. “I was so impressed with the service that I knew I’d chosen the right cameras even before we ever started using them.”

About Hitachi

Hitachi, Ltd., (NYSE: HIT / TSE: 6501), headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, is a leading global electronics company with approximately 400,000 employees worldwide. Fiscal 2009 (ended March 31, 2009) consolidated revenues totaled 10,000 billion yen ($102.0 billion). The company offers a wide range of systems, products and services in market sectors including information systems, electronic devices, power and industrial systems, consumer products, materials, logistics and financial services. For more information on Hitachi, please visit the company’s website at www.hitachi.com.

Hitachi Kokusai Electric America, Ltd. designs, manufacturers and markets video cameras, digital transmission, processing and recording devices for the broadcast television, cable, video production, and industrial vision markets. For more information, please call (516) 921-7200 or visit Hitachi’s web site athttp://www.hitachikokusai.us . Hitachi Kokusai Electric, Inc. (TSE, OSE: 6756), is a Hitachi, Ltd. (NYSE: HIT) group company.

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Two Haivision Deployments Win Commercial Integrator Solutions Awards at InfoComm 2012

JVN Systems Recognized for Stony Brook IP Video System; Whitlock for Video System at Church of Champions more

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Haivision Products Win Multiple Awards at InfoComm 2012

KulaByte(TM) Wins Rental & Staging New Product Award; Makito(TM) Wins SCN Installation Product Award more

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FUJINON Technical Support Center in Place for London 2012 Summer Games

Wayne, N.J. – FUJIFILM North America Corporation, Optical Devices Division, has announced that a technical support center has been set up to provide customer service and support during the London 2012 Summer Games taking place from July 27 through August 12, 2012.

During the Summer Games, Fujifilm’s Optical Devices Division will have an engineer available from July 21 to support customers of its broadcast lenses, including HDTV studio and field lenses.

The technical support center for the London 2012 Summer Games will be located at:

FUJIFILM UK Ltd.

Optical Devices Division

17 Soho Square

London, UK

Mobile: +44(0)7585 628742

Hours of operation for the center will be 09:00 to 18:00 daily. Many prominent broadcast customers are expected to shoot video at the London 2012 Summer Games.

“Whenever our customers need to shoot and produce mission critical video at once in a lifetime events like the Summer Games, Fujifilm goes the extra mile to ensure that their imaging equipment performs reliably,” said Thom Calabro, director of marketing and product development for FUJIFILM North America Corporation. “For this reason, we’ve established a technical service center staffed by knowledgeable technicians to support our customers during the event.”

About Fujifilm
FUJIFILM North America Corporation, a marketing subsidiary of FUJIFILM Holdings America Corporation consists of five operating divisions and one subsidiary company. The Imaging Division sells consumer and commercial photographic products and services including film, one-time-use cameras, online photo services and fulfillment, digital printing equipment and service. The Electronic Imaging Division markets consumer digital cameras. The Motion Picture Division provides motion picture film, and the Graphic Systems Division supplies products and services to the printing industry. The Optical Devices Division provides binoculars, and optical lenses for closed circuit television, videography, cinematography, broadcast and industrial markets. FUJIFILM Canada Inc. markets a range of Fujifilm products and services. For more information, please visit www.fujifilmusa.com/northamerica, or go to www.twitter.com/fujifilmus to follow Fujifilm on Twitter. To receive news and information direct from Fujifilm via RSS, subscribe at www.fujifilmusa.com/rss.

FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation, Tokyo, Japan, brings continuous innovation and leading-edge products to a broad spectrum of industries, including electronic imaging, digital printing equipment, medical systems, life sciences, graphic arts, flat panel display materials and office products, based on a vast portfolio of digital, optical, fine chemical and thin film coating technologies. The company was among the top 17 companies around the world granted U.S. patents in 2011, and in the year ended March 31, 2012, had global revenues of $27.8 billion*. Fujifilm is committed to environmental stewardship and good corporate citizenship. For more information, please visit www.fujifilmholdings.com.

* At an exchange rate of 79 yen to the dollar.

All product and company names herein may be trademarks of their registered owners.

FUJIFILM Optical Devices Division, 10 High Point Drive, Wayne, New Jersey 07470. Phone: 973-633-5600. Fax: 973-633-5216. Web site:www.FUJINON.com

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Extron Now Shipping 800 Watt ENERGY STAR® Qualified Power Amplifier

Extron Electronics is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the XTRA™ Series XPA 4002 two channel power amplifier. This compact 1U, convection cooled amplifier delivers 400 watts rms per channel into 4 ohms or 200 watts per channel into 8 ohms. The XPA 4002 replaces the XPA 2002 amplifier at the same price. It is an ENERGY STAR® qualified amplifier with an Extron exclusive, highly efficient, advanced Class D amplifier design. The XPA 4002 also features patented CDRS™ – Class D Ripple Suppression technology that provides a smooth, clean audio waveform and an improvement in signal fidelity over conventional Class D amplifiers. It is half the size of comparable amplifiers, conserving rack space and weighing only 9 lbs (4 kg). The Extron exclusive, high efficiency design generates very little heat and allows the amplifier to be convection cooled.

“The ENERGY STAR qualified XPA 4002 delivers a unique combination of high power output and very efficient operation,” says Casey Hall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Extron. “It is ideal for driving large, high powered speakers in environments such as auditoriums and houses of worship, while consuming less energy, running cooler, and taking less space than competitive amps of this wattage.”

The XPA 4002 includes an auto power-down feature that automatically places the amplifier into standby after a period of inactivity, and consumes 30 watts or less when idle and less than 1 watt in standby mode. It also has an ultra low inrush current draw to prevent power circuit overload that occurs when multiple amplifiers are switched on simultaneously. This feature eliminates the need for power sequencing in systems with multiple amplifiers in large centralized equipment racks, and prevents other equipment from experiencing power interruption from associated power surges. Additionally, the XPA 4002 amplifier features very low thermal dissipation under full load, which keeps racks and equipment racks cool.

Visit www.extron.com for more information.

XPAND EDUX3 3D Glasses Launch to the Head of the Class at ISTE 2012

The new EDUX3 3D Glasses are compatible with any DLP® 3D-ready projector or television.

SAN DIEGO, California – At ISTE 2012, XPAND 3D’s new EDUX3 3D Glasses are being used at multiple exhibitor booths. Partners include Dell (#3013), Cyber Anatomy (#5625), Lumens (Ladibug Document Cameras) (#4907), Texas Instruments (#3437), Designmate (#3723) and Panasonic (#4601).

“The XPAND EDUX3 3D Glasses are ideal for use in any classroom, lecture hall, auditorium and anywhere else where 3D material is presented in an educational environment. 3D allows teachers to engage and reach their students with remarkable depth,” noted Jodi Szuter, Sales Manager, Education Channel, XPAND 3D. “We’ve listened to all of the teacher feedback regarding 3D glasses and came up with the most reliable, best range, and durable glass for the market. Our glasses are compatible with a wide range of 3D display devices, making them an easy and cost-effective solution for the education market.”

XPAND EDUX3 3D Glasses feature the fastest active-shutter technology on the market for the best and the brightest 3D images available. Their Extended White-Light Range capability gives them the longest viewing distance in the industry. EDUX3 3D Glasses work without any installation—simply turn them on to view 3D content.

The XPAND EDUX3 3D Glasses offer a variety of features that make them ideal for education environments, including:

• Durability – Built from rugged plastic with flex points that extend the lifetime of the glasses
• Lightweight
• Comfort – Come with additional nose pieces to fit children’s faces better
• Use standard over the counter CR2032 batteries – for easy battery replacement with an average of 100 hours of battery life
• Turn on and off with one simple button
• Folding arms
• Lighter, brighter lenses
• Can be kept clean using XPAND 3D X-Wipes and protected with XPAND’s carrying case that holds 30 pair of glasses.

“Studies have shown that using 3D material in the classroom can improve students’ retention rates when learning new material and can also result in higher test scores,” Szuter noted. “Students are more engaged and involved when they view 3D content. 3D isn’t just for entertainment—it’s also an extremely valuable educational tool, especially with complex concepts.”

Jodi Szuter will be giving presentations at the Dell booth (#3013) on Monday, June 25 and Tuesday, June 26 at 12:30-1 PM, 1:30-2 PM, and 4-4:30 PM; and on Wednesday, June 27 at 12:30-2:30 PM.

For more information on XPAND 3D, please visit www.xpand.me/education

About XPAND 3D:
XPAND 3D is the global leader in 3D technologies for cinema, with systems used by over 5,000 3D cinemas in more than 50 countries. XPAND 3D is also the 3D solution of choice for home, business, post-production, education, military, medical and professional 3D applications. XPAND 3D designs, manufactures and OEMs a range of consumer electronics 3D solutions that are driving the 3D revolution. XPAND is committed to advancing the state-of-the art in technology to provide consumers, businesses, educators and medical professionals with the comprehensive advantages of stereoscopic 3D. XPAND provides glasses on a linear scale from the most advanced and feature-packed for sophisticated surgical, training and home theater to more ruggedized and affordable for cinema and mass market use. X6D Limited is a global company whose products and services are marketed under the XPAND brand name.

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Bexel Hits a Grand Slam at Rangers Ballpark with Broadcast Infrastructure Upgrade for 2012 Season

Company Conquers Triax, Timing and Tornados for Facility Overhaul

ARLINGTON, TX, JUNE 25, 2012—When Opening Day festivities commenced at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Bexel, a unit of the Vitec Group’s Services Division and a leading worldwide provider of broadcast services, had just wrapped up a major broadcast infrastructure overhaul for the facility, a project that was completed in less than two months. To ensure the 18-year-old ballpark had full broadcast capabilities, Bexel provided an infrastructure makeover that included more than 70,000 feet of new triax cable while also adding significant audio and fiber to many positions in the venue.

“Our goal was to replace the majority of the broadcast infrastructure in time for Opening Day,” says Justin Paulk, manager, Bexel Broadcast Fiber Solutions. “To do this, our team was required to demolish nearly 10,000 pounds of existing triax—a significant portion of the old infrastructure. Once that was complete we had to install new triax cable, audio cable and fiber cable in the venue. Bexel also provided on site coordination with the General Contractor for the new center field construction, ensuring that the cable runs required under Bexel’s contract and those associated with the new centerfield locations were closely coordinated to eliminate damage and maximize the efficiency of the installation.”

With an office located in nearby Irving, Texas, the Bexel team has had a standing relationship with the Rangers and is extremely familiar with Rangers Ballpark, having done work there over the last decade. “During the initial demo, we had to be very careful because we couldn’t just cut and remove everything; we had to make sure that we indentified and removed the correct cables,” adds Paulk. Following the demolition of the old cable, the Bexel team worked quickly to install 70,000 feet of new triax cable, 25,000 feet of 12-pair audio cables and 27,000 feet of 12-strand single-mode fiber.

In addition, the team equipped the facility with 96 new triax connectors, replaced all panels and re-terminated all of the existing audio and added 132 audio pairs. “Essentially we kept some of the newer existing triax that was installed when the scoreboard was updated several years ago, moved the existing audio cable over to the new panels and added more channels of audio and fiber. In all there are 126 strands of fiber now that didn’t exist before. The timing of this project was challenging, but the experience and efficiency of the Bexel crews allowed us to rise to the challenge and complete the overhaul before Opening Day,” says Paulk. Along with the specific upgrade for the Rangers, Bexel added SMPTE fiber cable for NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation), including two SMPTE runs to center field and six pairs of audio and six fiber strands to an auxiliary interview room, to cover pitching sensation Yu Darvish for viewers in Japan. “We also put fiber in for the local media including KXAS-TV, KTVT and Univision.”

“While the time allotted was a bit of a challenge, it was a job well-done by the entire team,” concludes Paulk. “Not only did our expertise in fiber solutions help ensure this, but our standing relationship with the venue was extremely valuable. Despite delays caused by recent tornados in North Texas, we completed the project in about two months. It was definitely an exciting project to be a part of for us.”

About Bexel
Bexel is the pre-eminent worldwide provider of broadcast services including video and audio equipment rentals, fiber services, new audio sales, used equipment sales, and repairs/maintenance. Bexel provides brilliantly designed and flawlessly executed systems and solutions to all customers – including producers of the biggest and most important televised events in the world. For more information, visit http://www.bexel.com.

A Snapshot of The Vitec Group
Vitec is an international Group principally serving customers in the broadcast, photographic and military, aerospace and government (MAG) markets. Listed on the London Stock Exchange with 2011 revenue of £351 million, Vitec is based on strong, well known, premium brands on which its customers worldwide rely. Vitec is organized in three divisions: Imaging & Staging, Videocom and Services. Imaging & Staging designs, manufactures and distributes equipment and accessories for photography, video and events. Videocom designs and distributes systems and products used in broadcasting and live entertainment, film and video production and MAG. Services provides equipment rental, workflow design and technical support for camera, video, audio, fiber optic and wireless technology used by TV production teams and film crews. More information can be found at http://www.vitecgroup.com.

Alan Kemp Appointed Adaptive Technologies Group’s Director of Business Development

Kemp’s Extensive Experience in the Rental and Staging Industry To Boost Company’s Presence in the AV Market Further

SIGNAL HILL, CA, JUNE 25, 2012 – Adaptive Technologies Group, comprised of Allen Products, ATM Fly-ware and Adaptive Video Walls and Displays, and a premier developer of state-of-the-art rigging and mounting solutions for a wide range of audio and video applications, has appointed Alan Kemp as the company’s new Director of Business Development. In his new role, Kemp will help lend direction to all aspects of business development from the Adaptive offices, located in Signal Hill, CA.

“We are excited to have Alan Kemp join our team,” says Paul Allen, president, Adaptive Technologies Group. “With Kemp’s talent and experience, we are confident he will help us increase our brand visibility in the rental and staging markets significantly. We look forward to working closely with him to achieve our goals.”

Kemp brings more than 25 years of diverse sales experience in the rental and staging industry to his new position. Prior to joining Adaptive Technologies Group, he worked for Video Applications, NEP/ScreenWorks, BlueWater Technologies and SmartSource Event Technologies.

Kemp distinguished himself earlier in life as a boxer. He was a three-time Buffalo Golden Gloves Champion and a successful professional middleweight. He was inducted into the Buffalo Boxing Hall of Fame in 2011. Kemp humorously says that his “battles in the ring” prepared him for the demands of the industry. The father of two daughters in college, he currently resides in San Juan Capistrano with his wife of 25 years.

About Adaptive Technologies Group
Adaptive Technologies Group combines the talents and disciplines of Allen Products, ATM Fly-ware and Adaptive Video Walls and Displays, and offers state-of-the art rigging and mounting solutions for a wide range of audio and video applications. Adaptive’s combined divisions are a major resource worldwide by way of the design, development and manufacturing of professionally installed AV mounting and rigging equipment. Each brand offers its own standard and unique time-saving solutions, plus unlimited custom products for any venue or application.

In addition to providing a wide selection of popular mounting and rigging solutions, Adaptive is a major resource for hundreds of commonly used and often hard to find rigging hardware and fastener items, including metric sizes. Based in Signal Hill, California, all overhead products and parts are made and assembled in the USA.
ATM Fly-Ware is the world’s leading designer of certified, pre-engineered professional loudspeaker rigging systems for permanent installations and live performances. Allen Products is a leading designer and supplier of universal fit standard, custom and OEM loudspeaker mounts, mounting loudspeakers to walls, ceilings, under balconies, to poles and vertical columns. Adaptive Video Walls and Displays is the premier provider of innovative interlocking wall, ceiling and floor mounted video wall frames and flyable video wall assemblies for multiple narrow bezel LCD, LED and plasma monitors.

For more information, visit http://adapttechgroup.com.

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Gand Completes Record Breaking May

BUENA PARK, Calif.—Gand Concert Sound (GCS) of Glenview, Illinois aka “The NEXO Guys” recently completed a record-breaking month supplying 251 NEXO cabinets to an impressive list of clients.

“Our extensive inventory of NEXO products includes world-class cardioid GEO T and CD18 subs, our latest acquisition mid-sized GEO S12, compact PS8, PS15, PS10, PS8 wedges and Alpha conventional cabinets all powered by NEXO 4×4 NXAmps,” states Gary Gand, President of Gand Concert Sound. GCS was the first company in the Midwest to adopt NEXO’s Tangent Array system when it was introduced in 2003.

Gand clients during May included Li’L Ed & the Imperials, Bobby Vinton, Leahy, Crystal Bowersox, Carol Burnett, Stryper, Andrew Bird, Freddie Jones Band, Ludicris, Switchfoot, Oak Ridge Boys, Frankie Valli, Enrique Iglesias, Gym Class Heroes, The Wanted, B.o.B, Cobra Starship, Havana Brown, DEV, Neon Hitch, Carly Rae Jepsen, Karmin, Adam Lambert, The Doobie Brothers, and Dave Mason, to name just a few.

The month finished off with a return to the Allstate Arena in Roselle, Illinois for Fantabuloso 3. An impressive 24-per side NEXO GEO T line array supported by 18 GEO S1210s, 24 CD18 cardioid subs, 10 4×4 NXAmps, and Yamaha PM5D-RH and LS9-16 digital consoles for monitors, played an integral role in the radio- promoted festival that featured 12 performances including bands and the country’s top DJs.

“The NEXO system performed very well at Fantabuloso 3,” stated Gand. “The GEO T is small, but mighty, and produces SPLs comparable to the bigger boxes. Coupled with their cardioid design and cardioid CD18 subs, we feel they are the best in their class. All the band engineers were happy.”

GCS also supplied NEXO PS15 R2s for monitor speakers, Alpha Series for flown side fills and S2 subs, Sennheiser G2 and G3 in ear monitors and Shure UHF-R wireless handhelds with KSM9, B58A, SM58, and B87C capsules at Fantabuloso 3 and made use of quick-change snake boxes from Link.

FOH engineer Adam Rosenthal said, “Fantabuloso 3 was quite the undertaking. Our crew worked tirelessly throughout the show, with only a few seconds of down time.”

For more information on Gand Concert Sound, visit www.gandconcertsound.com.

For more information on NEXO and Yamaha products, visit www.yamahaca.com.

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About Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems, Inc.:
Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems, Inc. (YCAS) provides a full line of integrated professional audio products offering complete systems solutions for the broadcast, sound reinforcement/installed sound, touring, commercial recording, and post production markets. With the addition of NEXO to the product line, the company remains the official U.S. and Canadian distributor for all NEXO speaker models. YCAS offers comprehensive in-house and field product training for its customers, a dedicated dealer network, and 24/7 technical support.

AVAD Adds Intuitive Designs to List of Vendors

AVAD LLC, one of North America’s leading distributors of custom electronics, has expanded its variety of commercial AV products with a new distribution partnership with Intuitive Designs.

Intuitive Designs strives to make the installation of electronics simple and customizable, and nothing exemplifies this more than its products. Its versatile Retrofit In-Wall Enclosures provides the ability to mount flat screens flat to the wall, safely hiding away power protection and other sensitive components in an organized and protected manner.

Intuitive Designs’ Universal Clamping System, used in conjunction with the Retrofit In-Wall Enclosures, utilize snap-in-place technology to easily position and reposition Audio/Video equipment exactly where it’s needed. The soft foam of the Universal Clamping System will securely hold almost anything with just a few turns of the knob, and the breakaway points located every ½ inch on the mounting post ensure that integrators and end-users will have to worry about excess screws sticking out.

“Intuitive Designs prides itself on flexibility and ease of use in its products,” said Hugh Hughes, AVAD’s Director of Merchandising. “Consumers and integrators alike will find these products a great addition and will dramatically enhance home entertainment installations”.

For more information on Intuitive Designs, please visit http://www.intuitiveusa.com/. For more information on AVAD, please visit http://www.avad.com in the US or http://www.avadcanada.ca in Canada.

About AVAD LLC
AVAD LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ingram Micro Inc., is the most complete custom electronics provider in North America. Offering customers the most trusted brands, AVAD stocks complete systems solutions for home theater, home automation, pro AV, lighting controls, security, distributed A/V, central vacuum, HVAC and more. Further, the company is dedicated to dealer education, training and skill advancement, as evidenced by AVAD University’s over 450 online and classroom continuing education classes held each year. AVAD ensures just-in-time delivery from each of its 24 North American facilities.

Media Contact:
Scott Moody, Director of Public Relations
Marketing Matters
Tel: 954-925-1511
Email: scott@marketingmatters.net
Web: http://www.marketingmatters.net

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