WireTracks Announcement: Smarthome.com joins WireTracks as Authorized Dealer

WireTracks LLC is proud to announce the addition of Smarthome as a WireTracks Authorized Dealer.

Seattle, WA, April 2004 - WireTracks LLC is proud to announce the addition of Smarthome as a WireTracks Authorized Dealer.


"The Smarthome.com website is a great resource for customers seeking home technology products," explains Bruce Gutman, president of WireTracks, "we are excited to have them on board and to add to their arsenal of solutions for homeowners and professionals seeking to add new lifestyle technologies to their homes."


About WireTracks
WireTracks LLC manufactures a line of wiring channel products that enable consumers to add new low -voltage wiring (home theater, cable television, computer networking, and so on) to their homes or businesses invisibly.

The following graphic shows a profile of the WireTracks wiring channel:



For more information about WireTracks wiring channel systems, contact Bruce Gutman at 206 -361 -6110 or bruce@wiretracks.com. Or, visit the WireTracks website at www.wiretracks.com.


About Smarthome
Smarthome has been offering homeowners and contractors a wide selection of affordable home automation and remote control products possible since 1992. Smarthome sells over 5,000 products, including sophisticated lighting systems, security systems, digital home wiring systems, smart appliances, home automation controllers, home networking, and has served hundreds of thousands of customers over its 10 -year existence.

For more information about Smarthome, contact Michelle Coffelt.

Smarthome, Inc., 16542 Millikan Street, Irvine, CA 92606, 949 -221 -9200

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