CRESTRON LAUNCHES NEW GOVERNMENT PROGRAM

Crestron focuses on Government Support Services: GSS Program

ROCKLEIGH, NJ, January 11, 2005 - Crestron announced its new Government Support Services (GSS) program designed to address the specific needs and unique requirements of its government customers. The GSS program gives government agencies and quasi -government organizations direct access to Crestron's True Blue Support team for optimum collaboration with its programmers, designers and engineers.


"The GSS program will strengthen our relationship with government customers by giving them access to our award winning technical support, system design and training," states Jerry Wagner, Director of Sales, Key Accounts. "We have an experienced group of people who are dedicated to support the government and provide additional resources to address specific needs."

The GSS program will educate and strengthen the skills sets of technicians, engineers and programmers at the government. Fostering better -informed customers makes the design and procurement process more efficient.

The GSS program makes it easy for the government and military to work with Crestron, and easy for Crestron dealers to do business with the government. GSS is yet another way that Crestron demonstrates its commitment to providing the best possible support, service and programs in the industry for its customers and dealers.

To inquire about GSS or to apply for membership email gss@crestron.com or call Pete Baca at 540 -288 -8330.

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