HTSA Adds New Members

Stellar and The Stereo Shoppe Join Network
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The Home Technology Specialists of America (HTSA) has added new members The Stereo Shoppe and Stellar to its dealer network.

The Stereo Shoppe opened its doors in 1976 to offer custom home theater products and service to the Boise, ID community. Three years ago, CE industry veterans Raymond Verveckken and Craig Adams took over and have continued to build relationships with premier manufacturers like B&W Group, GoldenEar Technologies, Integra, and Control4 just to name a few. For nearly 40 years, their customers have been coming to them for not only the finest audio and video equipment available, but for their expertise, one-on-one client training, and advice.

“We are thrilled to be joining a group of like-minded companies that all share our vision and passion for premium products and superior customer service,” said Raymond Verveckken, co-owner of The Stereo Shoppe. “Access to the marketing expertise, vendor training programs and coveted industry brands will only help us to improve our customers’ home technology experience.”

Stellar, formerly known as Starlight Home Theater, has been designing luxury home technology systems for Texans for more than 15 years. At each of its six design centers, the Stellar team takes the hassle out of selecting and installing new technologies in its customers’ homes, offering advice and expertise on everything from seating, integration, home automation, and lighting design to shades and drapery, all installed by their team of designers.

“After celebrating 15 years in business, we were ready to take our marketing and sales operations to the next level, which led us to HTSA,” said Shane Bala, owner of Stellar. “HTSA’s influence, industry relationships, professionalism, and premium vendors will help us grow as we enter the next phase of our business journey.”