Stealth Acoustics Appoints New Rep Firm

Chicago-Based Midwest AV Group to Handle Marketing, Sales in Central States
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Stealth Acoustics announced today the appointment of Midwest AV Group, a professional Chicago based marketing and sales firm as Stealth Acoustics’ regional representatives to a growing number of commercial integration firms and contractors in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. The appointment is effective immediately as Stealth penetrates new opportunities for use of their new integrated products with customers that deal in commercial, educational and institutional projects.

Midwest AV—led by 20-year AV industry veteran Patrick McNulty and well respected marketing principal Barbara Sjodin—focuses on providing advanced technology solutions and professional-grade AV products into the U.S. Midwest territory. 

“Bringing on an experienced firm like Midwest AV Group who deeply understands this space serves our commercial customers more completely,” said Steve Olszewski, vice president of Stealth’s parent company Dimensional Communications. “We realize our modern LED displays and integrated systems, custom sports software solutions, high-caliber invisible speakers, and unique art AV offerings are perfect for use in commercial, corporate, educational, and institutional AV projects. Our solutions perform to professional expectations, solve problems, and offer new opportunities to commercial integrators. This commitment to grow our commercial AV channel is parallel and synergistic with our unwavering support to the custom home integration channel; we simply have an incredible family of powerful products that resonate with the pro AV market and Midwest AV serves this segment well.”

“We are very pleased to represent Stealth Acoustics in the Midwest,” McNulty said. “The battle between technology and aesthetics is fought every day in the commercial AV space. We can now offer integrators, architects, and consultants a premium audio solution that can be heard but not seen.”

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