Custom Distributing Company is a finalist in the 2007 Inc. Magazine, Inc. 5000 competition

Ed Smith, President of Marketing Technology Group, announced today that CDC, a consumer electronics distribution company, of which he is CEO, has been notified that it is a finalist in the 2007 Inc. Magazine, Inc. 5000 competition.

Powder Springs, GA, August 23, 2007 - Ed Smith, President of Marketing Technology Group, announced today that Custom Distributing Company, a consumer electronics distribution company, of which he is CEO, has been notified that it is a finalist in the 2007 Inc. Magazine, Inc. 5000 competition. CDC ranked 2,768 out of 5000 companies.


Inc. Magazine's Inc. 5000 competition recognizes the 5000 fastest -growing private companies in the United States determined by percentage revenue growth from 2003 to 2006. Once the final rankings are calculated the winners are profiled on the companies' website and invited to the Inc. 500 annual conference later this year.

"We are very honored to be recognized in the Inc. 5000 competition", said Ed Smith. "Custom Distributing continues to provide our customers with quality product and excellent customer service. This recognition is a testament to this commitment."

About Custom Distributing Company

Custom Distributing Company (www.customdistributing.com) is a distribution company founded in 1991 by Ed Smith. They specialize in custom home installation, home theater and multimedia products in the Southeastern United States. Product lines include Harman Kardon, LG Electronics, Xantech, Jamo, Mitsubishi Projection Systems and Universal remote. Recently Custom Distributing Company has expanded to include a 12,500 square foot distribution center and increased staff to provide support and assistance to small retailers and custom installers in their territory.

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