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Capitol Sales Sponsors CEDIA Management Conference

Capitol Sales Company has signed on as a silver sponsor of the CEDIA Management Conference.
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St. Paul, MN--Capitol Sales Company has signed on as a silver sponsor of the CEDIA Management Conference. The annual gathering of top-level business owners and managers of custom electronic design and installation businesses provides management training from keynote speakers to small group forums. About 200 members are expected to attend the conference at The Palace Hotel in San Francisco, California, from Feb. 20-23, 2006.

With invitations limited to CEOs and senior managers, the conference focuses on helping these leaders run a more successful business, said Curt Hayes, president and CFO of Capitol Sales Company. CEDIA brings in top-level presenters including New York Times best selling business author Harvey MacKay who will be speaking this year. We believe ongoing education is key to success in this every-changing and highly competitive industry. Thats why one of our core commitments at Capitol Sales Company is to provide and support ongoing education throughout the year for all levels of professionals from CEOs to technicians.

Capitol Sales has also just shipped its product catalog. At over 400 pages, it is 15 percent larger than last years catalog and features more than 3,250 items from over 100 electronics manufacturers.

We also make our catalog available by CD and online, said Hayes. We find that many dealers use all three tools depending on whether they are on the job, working in their office or working from home over the weekend.

Key manufacturers featured in the catalog include Toshiba, Harman Kardon, Panasonic, Russound, Pinnacle Speakers, Optoma and Sanus Systems.

New vendors include Audioaccess, Audiovox, Chief, dbx Professional, DVDO, Eureka, Furman, Fusion Research, JobSite, jWIN and Westinghouse.

For more information, visit www.capitolsales.com.

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