MARKETING TECHNOLOGY GROUP OPENS NEW BUILDING WITH EXPANDED WAREHOUSE.

Marketing Technology Group (Martech) proudly announced today the official opening of its new office/warehouse west of Atlanta.

Marketing Technology Group Opens new Building with Expanded Warehouse.



POWDER SPRINGS, GA (August 23, 2007) Marketing Technology Group (Martech) proudly announced today the official opening of its new office/warehouse west of Atlanta. The new 12,500 square foot facility features full offices for Martech and Custom Distributing Company, the distribution arm of Martech, work rooms, waiting area, and a separate customer pick up area, demo room and a training facility.

Ed Smith, President and Chief Executive Officer said, "In the last several years we have experienced tremendous growth, we realized that it was now necessary to have all of our facilities in one location. We designed this building to accommodate our warehouse needs, growing staff and to make it possible for us to host trainings and events that we would have previously had to host elsewhere."



About Marketing Technology Group

Marketing Technology Group (www.martech -group.com) is a manufacturer's representative company founded in 1987 by Ed Smith. They specialize in autosound, custom home installation, home theater and multimedia products in the Southeastern United States. Since 1987 Martech has expanded to include a distribution arm, Custom Distributing Company, which has full warehouse capabilities and its own staff to provide support and assistance to Retailers and Custom Installers in their territory.



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