Consumer electronics rep firm End Result, of Pittsburgh, PA, says that its 16th annual electronics expo for home AV and 12-volt retailers attracted 170 local dealers to its Survive—Revive—Thrive event held on April 15 at the Fort Rapids Resort & Convention Center, in Columbus, OH.
The End Result show on April 15 in Columbus, OH drew 170 local dealers.At the one-day event, local dealers had an up-close-and-personal preview of several new products from exhibiting manufacturers, and all had an opportunity to participate in a variety of educational seminars, manufacturers’ training sessions, and roundtable discussions. The full day of activities concluded with an entertaining Casino Night that gave everyone a chance to kick back.
Ed Dalesandro, principal of End Result and organizer of the event said, “The Show went great! Enthusiasm was high, and everything was well received by the dealers attending. My biggest disappointment is that there were dealers in less than an hour away who couldn’t make. They missed some very exciting stuff. I am sure some had a legit reason why they couldn’t come, but we can’t make them better if they don’t try themselves. There was a wealth of knowledge and enthusiastic colleagues eager to share successes.”
Todd Hays, president of Columbus Car Audio & Accessories, added that the End Result Show said that Dalesandro and his team put together a great line up of seminars including a session on Selling Your Labor by Bryan Schmidt. “The seminar has our company working on implementing change immediately,” he said. “The day ended with an inspiring keynote speaker, Rick Crossland, that discussed having "A Players" in your organization.”
Highlights of the show included the introduction of Electric Mirror, a cutting-edge lighted mirror and Mirror TV company that demonstrated an amazing image on a mirror and the TV was invisible. Highlights of the event included the introduction of Jaymar Theater Seating, a family business out of Montreal and the introduction of Electric Mirror, a cutting-edge lighted mirror and Mirror TV company that demonstrated an amazing image on a mirror and the TV was invisible.