New York Rep Firm Adds Training Center

July 11, 2012
The New York area rep firm once known as Thea & Schoen Integrated Systems has changed its name to Atlantic Integrated, and opened a 2,000-square-foot corporate office and training facility in Rockleigh, NJ. 
 
 
Atlantic Integrated's new corporate office and training facility in Rockleigh, NJ 
Founded in 2003 by current Independent Professional Representative Organization (IPRO) president Dave Humphries, the firm now known as Atlantic Integrated specializes in high-end consumer electronics with an emphasis on control, networks, power management, and lighting control.
 
Humphries, a 24-year industry veteran, said that his company’s new facility will allow it to better serve the metro New York custom audio video dealer base.
 
“We’re always looking for ways to help our customers grow their sales and believe this facility is key to showcasing the newest products and services being offered by our manufacturer partners,” he stated.
 
Prior to founding his rep firm, Humphries worked for lighting control manufacturer Lutron Electronics, where he was part of the team that created and developed Lutron’s CEDIA sales channel and HomeWorks business.
 
Atlantic Integrated’s line card includes Audioquest, Continental Seating, D-Tools, Furman, IC Realtime, KEF, Linn Audio, Lab.Gruppen, Middle Atlantic Products, Pakedge, Panamax, Request, Savant, Tannoy, and Total Protection Design.
 
The new Atlantic Integrated facility is located at 22 Paris Avenue, Suite 208, Rockleigh, NJ 07647. For more information, call 201.767.4230.

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