Manufacturers to Meet Dealers in San Diego

Dealers and builders will expand their knowledge through face to face interaction with leading manufacturers on December 6, 2006 in San Diego. Simply Automated, NuVo, HAI, GE Security, OEM, Leviton & more will be on hand.

To celebrate the Grand Opening of Home Controls Inc's new facility in San Diego, experts from across the country will gather for one full day of valuable dealer training, intimate Q & A, giveaways and a complimentary networking lunch. Seasoned dealers and businesses looking to expand into home automation both look to benefit from this event.

Seasoned Dealers to Receive Critical Product Updates

Current Home Automation dealer/installers will be present at the Dealer Conference to keep ahead of their competition, update their skills and network with industry experts.

Local Businesses Expand into Home Automation

There is an increasing demand for home automation installers in San Diego County, and local Electricians, Security, Alarm, Custom A/V and IT Professionals are answering the call in record numbers.

Leading manufacturers from around the country will gather in San Diego on December 6th for a free conference with information and specific training to get local Electricians, Security, Alarm, Custom A/V and IT Professionals started.

To register or for more information visit or call customer service at 858 -693 -8887.

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