Scottsdale, AZ–DBL Distributing LLC, the wholesale distributor of consumer electronics accessories and related products in the United States, has formed a strategic marketing partnership with NESDA (National Electronics Service Dealers Association) to address hundreds of independent consumer electronic service providers nationwide.
DBL has extended savings to this elite group of professionals with its 1,240-page catalog, released to more than 90,000 independent consumer electronics retailers nationwide. In addition, NESDA members will begin receiving segmented sale flyers that meet the needs of their growing business. DBL Distributing LLC is a proud member of NESDA, The National Electronics Service Dealers Association.
Beginning in November, consumer electronics service dealers nationwide will receive DBLs award-winning 1,240-page wholesale catalog free of charge. With more than 420 name brand manufacturers and over 19,000 consumer electronic products and related accessories, the DBL catalog is the largest wholesale catalog of its kind. This catalog has a growing assortment of products important to NESDA members such as HDTVs, VCRs and DVD players, stereos and computer components and accessories.
NESDA is a trade organization geared to assist service professionals in the business of repairing consumer electronics equipment, appliances and/or computers. NESDAs mission to help independent servicers in todays challenging times. Together with NESDA, DBL is geared to assist service providers with over 19,000 great products at lower costs. This will turn into extensive savings to their business and customers.
DBLs catalog features brand names including Sony, Samsung, Philips, JVC, Boston Acoustics, Cobra, Garmin, Monster Cable, Hitachi, JBL, Canon, Casio, Uniden, AT&T, Maxell, TDK, Audiosource, Sherwood, Belkin, Audiovox, Dual, and RCA to name a few.
NESDA and DBL share a combined vision of providing useful tools and services to consumer electronic service providers that will in turn give them a unique advantage in their profession, commented Henry Chiarelli, president of DBL Distributing. The access to an expanded product assortment and the tools to help the providers succeed in these competitive times. We look forward to working with NESDA and partnering with member dealers to bring the value, product and profits to the consumer electronics service profession.
“NESDA is pleased to welcome DBL as a corporate member and industry partner, and is looking forward to a beneficial relationship that will benefit all involved,” stated Mack Blakely, NESDA executive director.