Ultimate Integration Hosts 80 Dealers at NJ BBQ

New York regional distributor and member of the PowerHouse Alliance hosts vendors and dealers for their event and unveils new Long Island location.
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Ultimate Integration knows how to attract the best integrators in the Tri-state area: host a BBQ. The PowerHouse Alliance member and regional distributor for the metro NY area hosted its second annual open house and BBQ at their Clifton, NJ facility late last month.

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 Left to right: Patrick Berna, Brian Lytle, Alan Malowitz, David Blueweiss, Matt Weil; Ultimate Integration.

“In just two short years, Ultimate Integration has become a power player in the consumer electronics distribution arena,” said Alan Malowitz, director of sales for ultimate integration. “Dealers know they can rely on us for on-time delivery that’s easy and cost-effective in the Tri-state area. They also have the option to pick up their order at will-call in either of our convenient locations. Our manufacturers recognize we bring top tier customers, training and support to their sales network. We feel this event is a wonderful opportunity to thank all of our customers for their continued business.”

With the support of operations Mmanager Patrick Berna and sales manager Matthew Weil, who have been involved with Ultimate Integration since its inception, the company continues to grow exponentially. Ultimate Integration has recently expanded their reach to include a new Hauppauge, Long Island location.

With 25 manufacturers showcasing their fall lines, and over 80 dealers in attendance, Ultimate Integration felt the swell of enthusiasm from all participants. “We love getting out there and meeting the people who use our products. The best thing is watching the great relationship between Ultimate’s sales team and their customers and being able to help them make the sale,” said Jason Young, residential sales manager for Middle Atlantic Products.

“The quality of the attendees is what really makes a show great. There were many professional installers that attended which means we are reaching the right people. They definitely have a high class of customers that come out and I can’t wait to be back next year,” said Dan Schwartz of low-voltage distribution and accessory supplier Vanco.

“I learned a lot of all of the new products that will make my job easier. I am also excited to take advantage of the show specials,” said Eric Olsen owner of custom integration firm CEM.

“It’s nice to have a show like this in our backyard and talk to manufacturers to get answers to all of our questions. This helps us better sell to our customers,” Ryan Herd, owner of New Jersey-based 1 Sound Choice

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