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Chief Full-Line and Online Catalog Available

Minneapolis, MN — Chief Manufacturing has released its new 2009-2010 Product Catalog. Hard copies are available, but Chief is also going green by introducing a fast-flip online version. A simple click of the mouse allows users the ability to quickly scan the catalog, or type a keyword in the search box and get immediate access to a specific product.

“Gathering dealer input to make our marketing tools extremely easy to use is always our first priority,” said Laurie Englert, chief marketing director. “This year’s hard copy catalog is no exception. Our responsibility to the environment is also important to our customers and to our company as a whole, which is why we are excited to launch our fast-flip online version of the catalog. The online version supports environmentally sound practices while driving greater convenience and efficiency.”

In the catalog, Chief will be exhibiting new mounting solutions with exclusive features that focus on functionality and ease of installation. New product additions include:

RPA and RPA Elite Mini Projector Mounts: Designed for smaller and lighter projectors, the mini’s are almost half the size of Chief’s original RPA Series mounts and offer the same features.

Short Throw Projector Mounts: A variety of extension lengths and precision image alignment for education applications.

Flat Panel Cart and Stand Accessories: A line of new accessory configurations to turn carts and stands into video conferencing solutions.

FUSION Flat Panel TV Wall Mount Systems: Installer-inspired fixed and tilt mounts and accessories designed to speed up installation and solve tough installation challenges.

The catalog also includes information about Chief’s new certification program. The program will provide in-depth product information and training in market-focused segments such as digital signage, corporate, hospitality, residential, education, and houses of worship.