Maestro Goes To Monaco In CEDIA Contest

At the recent CEDIA Expo, AudioControl held a special contest for their dealers and sales representatives to help launch their Maestro theater processor.

Mountlake Terrace, WA October 2003: At the recent CEDIA Expo, AudioControl held a special contest for their dealers and sales representatives to help launch their Maestro theater processor. Dealers and sales representatives who came by the AudioControl booth were given the opportunity to entered into a drawing where the lucky winners would actually receive a Maestro theater processor, valued at $6000.


At the close of the CEDIA Expo, exhausted AudioControl team members held a suspense filled drawing. The winning dealer was:

Gene Monaco of Monaco Systems in Spokane, WA

and the winning sales representative was:

Fred Jensen of PBS Sales & Marketing

Both winners were noticeably excited after being presented with their Maestros by Tom Walker and Chris Kane of AudioControl. Gene Monaco proclaimed "I am looking forward to including the Maestro in my new entertainment center, and just may have to include a Diva in the mix!" "This is awesome as I never win anything!" exclaimed Fred Jensen, when told that he was going to be a recipient of one of the Maestro units.

"It would appear that Fred's streak has been broken", commented Tom Walker of AudioControl. "Judging by how busy we were during the entire CEDIA Expo", professed Chris Kane of AudioControl, "the launch of the Maestro and the contest were very successful and made several winners very happy."

AudioControl has been designing and manufacturing the highest quality, award -winning home and car audio components in the United States since 1977. The company's headquarters, including research and development, manufacturing and production facilities are located in State of Washington, in the heart of the rainforest of the Pacific Northwest. AudioControl and Maestro are trademarks of Electronic Engineering and Manufacturing, Inc.

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