Mark Piernick comes to Snap AV with over 12 years in the A/V industry

Charlotte, NC. - Snap AV is pleased to announce the hiring of Mark Piernick, formerly of Niles Audio Corporation, in his role as Product Manager. A graduate of the University of Florida with a degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering, Piernick has spent the last twelve years with the Miami, Florida - based manufacturer.

"In order to continue to offer our customers the highest levels of quality and service, we are committed to hiring the best people in the industry to work on our product development and quality control teams," says Jay Faison, President of Snap AV. "Growing our product lines is a key factor in our goal towards helping the custom installer continue to grow their profit margins. Mark's background in this industry will enable us to be even more aggressive in that area of our business. We are very excited to have him on board."

In his new role, Piernick will be responsible for the development of new product from concept to production, establishing product requirements to meet corporate strategic goals, and overseeing the product quality and source inspection program.

"Snap AV is an exciting company to work for because the corporate strategy and infrastructure is designed to support and understand their customer. I'm really looking forward to working for such an innovative company," says Piernick.

ABOUT SNAP AV. Snap AV is located in Charlotte, NC. The company manufactures and sells its own product lines directly to the trade. The lines currently include Episode™ Speakers, Dragonfly™ Film Screens, Strong™ Mounts & Lifts, Binary™ Cables, Old Camden™ Furniture and Wirepath™ Structured Wiring.

Media inquiries: Erin Bowman (704) 909.5813 or
Consumer inquiries: Snap AV (866) 424.4489

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