ADI invites dealers to visit booth 1650 at CEDIA EXPO 2009 to learn, play, and win in the custom electronics market.
Visitors can enter to win a new Chevy Corvette Coupe and attend a special customer appreciation event. Attendees also will have a chance to participate in the ADI Player’s Club program for their chance to win a new Hitachi UltraThin HD 32-inch flat-screen monitor. In addition, ADI is sponsoring the CEDIA Learning Labs to provide attendees with a hands-on educational experience using the latest technology.
“For this year’s CEDIA EXPO, we wanted to create a theme around winning new business in today’s market and provide our dealers with the opportunity to have a little fun,” vice president of sales at ADI, John Sullivan, said. “We are thrilled to offer these activities at the show, and demonstrate our commitment to the custom electronics market.”
ADI’s “Winners” theme demonstrates a commitment to provide customers with the solutions, service, and support they need to diversify and expand their offering to win new business in today’s market. The two-story booth will feature traditional gaming tables, and ADI invites CE integrators to unlock their own winning combination in a fun atmosphere while learning about the products and services offered by ADI.
Dealers may also visit the ADI booth and enter to become the winner of a brand new Chevy Corvette Coupe through ADI’s Customer Appreciation Car Give Away Sweepstakes (participants can read complete sweepstakes rules at ADI’s booth 1650.) Entries are collected at all U.S. ADI Expos and major industry tradeshows. Visit ADI’s booth 1650 to see a Chevy Corvette Coupe up close.
The ADI Player’s Club interactive program encourages dealers to visit the exhibits of some of ADI’s manufacturers and to learn more about their product offering. Once all the vendor visits are completed, dealers will be entered into a drawing to win a new Hitachi UltraThin HD 32-inch flat-screen monitor. The daily drawing for the Hitachi flat screen will take place in ADI’s booth on September 10, 11, and 12 at 4 p.m.
ADI will also host its fourth annual customer appreciation event with its manufacturer partners on Friday, September 11, 2009 at Opera. The event will feature music by a popular band and provide a forum for dealers, manufacturers, and the ADI team to network. The customer appreciation event is open to ADI customers only, and a limited number of tickets will be distributed at ADI’s booth.
As a sponsor of the CEDIA Learning Labs for the second year, ADI is helping dealers become immersed in the technology experience by providing four training rooms fully equipped with the latest technology. The Learning Labs will host 12 CEDIA University courses to provide attendees with a hands-on component. The labs will include a Computer Lab, Cable, Connector & Testing Lab, Audio & Component Installation Lab, and Video Display Technology & Calibration Lab.