Communications Specialties, Inc. Relocates Western U.S. Sales Office

Effective April 1st, Regional Sales Manager, John Hulen has relocated to Indianapolis, IN and CSI`s California office is now closed.

Hauppauge, NY - Communications Specialties, Inc. (CSI) announces that effective April 1st, Regional Sales Manager, John Hulen has relocated to Indianapolis, IN and CSI`s California office is now closed. The new office will retain the Gold Level CAVSP (Certified AudioVisual Solutions Provider) status that the CA office achieved in 2003.


From his new location, John will continue to work with CSI's resellers and end users, providing system integration solutions and developing new market opportunities for the company's lines of fiber optic and video products. In addition, he will provide continuing support to the company's existing customer base. His territory includes states west of the Mississippi and Ohio rivers and Kentucky.

John Hulen can be reached by phone: 317 -536 -5559 or by email: johnh@commspecial.com.

Founded in 1983, Communications Specialties, Inc. manufactures innovative products in the areas of fiber optic transmission and computer -video technology. Products include the Pure Digital Fiberlink® line of all -digital fiber optic transmission systems for video, audio and data, Deuce® video scalers and the award -winning Scan Do® family of scan converters. The company is headquartered on Long Island, NY and has a Singapore -based wholly -owned subsidiary, Communications Specialties Pte Ltd, that serves customers in the Asia Pacific region.

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