Hall Visitors will be Informed of Events Via Norcent Plasma and LCD Televisions
San Dimas, Calif., - - April 24, 2007 - Norcent, a marketer of high -quality, value -oriented home entertainment products, has donated four 42" plasma and eleven 27" LCD televisions to Carnegie Hall. This gift helps Carnegie Hall to inform hundreds of thousands of visitors each year about upcoming events and initiatives as they experience first hand the performance, quality, and design of Norcent's plasma and LCD televisions.
"Norcent believes in Carnegie Hall's commitment to music education and delivering diverse and outstanding performances. Additionally we felt this would be an ideal setting to feature the brilliant picture quality of our high definition televisions," according to Dennis Robinson, Norcent CFO. "Norcent is committed to giving consumers all the features and quality they expect at the absolute best value possible."
"We are very pleased to receive this generous donation from Norcent. Visitors to Carnegie Hall will now be able to watch videos and receive information at key locations throughout our three halls," stated Susan Brady, Carnegie Hall Director of Development. "These beautiful LCD and plasma televisions will allow us to inform our audiences about the many exciting initiatives taking place at Carnegie Hall throughout the season."
Norcent is a worldwide, award winning consumer electronics manufacturer dedicated to bringing the latest in high -tech digital technology to the mainstream consumer market. Norcent's ability to leverage the most competitive ISO certified manufacturing facilities allows it to provide cutting -edge digital products to consumers at the best overall value. For more information please visit www.norcent.net or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.