Capitol has announced Toshiba’s training program as part of the 2012 Capitol Learning Institute (CLI) Expo, scheduled for April 29 and 30 in Bloomington, MN.
In addition, online registration for the CLI Expo is now available, and OmniMount has also joined the list of 2012 participants.
“Building off the brand’s leadership in HD LCD televisions, Toshiba’s 2012 product line features a variety of new Internet-connected and 3D TVs,” said Jeff Kussard, Capitol’s director of strategic development. “These ultra high-performance models have an incredible array of premium features that will prove to be big profit builders for installers and integrators who understand their benefits.”
As part of Capitol’s 2012 CLI Expo, one of Toshiba’s leading trainers will guide attendees through the new models and the key features that distinguish them from the competition. The training session will also cover other Toshiba product lines, including the super-slim 10-inch Excite Android tablets, which entered the U.S. market earlier this month.
Capitol also announced that OmniMount will conduct two classes on mounting options that combine tech-savvy features with liberating and healthy benefits, making them ideal for today’s multi-purpose home theaters and computer rooms.
In addition to OmniMount and Toshiba, other 2012 CLI Expo participants include Actiontec, Atlas Sound, Coleman, D-Tools, DVDO, EnGenius, Gefen, Harman Pro, iPort/Sound Advance, KEF, Lutron, Middle Atlantic, Mitsubishi, Monster, NEC, Niles, Onkyo, Panamax, Panasonic, Peerless, Pinnacle, QSC, Russound, Sanus, Sherwood, Shure, Universal Remote Control, Vutec, Wilson, Xantech, and ZeeVee.
Registration for the 2012 CLI Expo is now available online at capitolsales.com.