Bullseye Sales & Marketing Launches at CEDIA

Larry Smith has launched Bullseye Sales and Marketing to cater to the CEDIA and Specialist Retailer channel in Florida.

After 11 1/2 years with Total Lectronix Marketing, Inc., Larry Smith has founded Bullseye Sales & Marketing to cater to the CEDIA and Specialist Retail Channel. A veteran of 18 years in the Consumer Electronics Industry, Larry has experience not only as a Manufacturers Representative, but has also run a Retail/ Custom Installation company. He is a member of CEDIA's Rep Action Committee.


Larry believes that most rep firms try to do too many things, and end up not excelling at any of them. That's why he's founded Bullseye Sales & Marketing; he wants to actually provide the superior customer service that so many companies claim to offer, but so few deliver. Bullseye Sales & Marketing's business plan calls for handling only 4 lines. Larry's superb organizational skills will allow him to spend quality time with his accounts, and allow him to help his dealers: specify products into jobs; give quality product demonstrations; become the experts at all the products that he represents. By spending the additional time that it takes to make certain that his accounts are comfortable with the features and benefits and application specifics of these products, Larry is confidant that his dealers will respond by making his lines their "Go -to" lines.

For more information, contact Larry Smith at 561 -451 -0049.


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