Vantage Controls and Nelson Design Group Team Up For IBS

As a strategic partner, Vantage Controls will be joining Nelson Design Group's booth, along with other industry leading companies, to present integrated solutions for developers, builders, and homeowners alike.

International Builders Show 2005 - Automation and lighting control manufacturer Vantage Controls and distinguished residential design firm, Nelson Design Group will be teaming up this year at the International Builders Show in Orlando Florida January 13 - 16, 2005. As a strategic partner, Vantage Controls will be joining Nelson Design Group's booth, along with other industry leading companies, to present integrated solutions for developers, builders, and homeowners alike.


"Our companies fit perfectly together," says Bob Long, Vice President of sales at Vantage Controls. "Nelson Design Group's innovative home plans are a perfect fit for automation and lighting control. Together we make homes that go beyond our clients' dreams."

At the International Builders Show, the Nelson Design Group will be displaying the intuitive floor plans they are famous for along with Vantage Controls automation packages that fit each plan. Vantage automation plans include their new assortments of stylish keypads, touchscreens and other automation devices. For more information on Vantage see www.vantagecontrols.com. Information on the Nelson design Group is available at http://www.nelsondesigngroup.com. Both companies will be found at the International Builders Show in Orlando, booth W3859.

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