Home Technology Specialists of America (HTSA), the hybrid retail and custom integration buying group, has successfully closed deals with several technology brands, helping members to fill out their assortment of high-end/high-performance products and services. These new brands reflect the organization’s stated commitment to drive growth in the high-performance AV channel. Several new dealers from around the country have joined the organization recently, as well.
HTSA has agreements with the following new brands: European Audio Team, Peachtree Audio, Roon Labs, SurgeX, and Luxul
HTSA, which is holding its 2017 Spring Conference this week at the Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego, believes that only by offering clients the highest performing products possible, can our industry show consumers what’s possible in audio/video performance. These products not only look/sound/perform better, but they also better “future-proof” installations to guard against early obsolescence, the organization says.
As for its new members, they hail everywhere from New York City’s Long Island in the East, to Florida in the South, to Texas in the Southwest, to Utah in the West. The new dealers joining HTSA are Audio Den, Lake Grove, NY; Gilmore’s Sound Advice, New York, NY; HED South, Hollywood, FL; Maximum AV, Tampa, FL; Iconic Systems, Houston, TX; and ATI America, North Salt Lake City, UT.
“Handpicked market-leading dealers and integrators” are sought throughout the U.S., researched, qualified, and interviewed, according to HTSA executive director Jon Robbins.
“Since refocusing our organization 16-months ago, the results have been truly astounding,” Robbins said. “Not only have we generated record-level performance with our vendor partners, but we continue to attract the top dealer talent in the U.S. today. I am truly grateful for the amazing support of our members and vendors that have brought us to this point. And we are extremely pleased to welcome this current class of some of the finest integrators in the country as new members of HTSA.”