NEW CE DISTRIBUTOR ENTERS CANADIAN MARKET

NVU ELECTRONICS INC. - CANADA'S NEWEST FULL-SERVICE DISTRIBUTOR

Toronto, Ontario (February 23, 2009) - NVU Electronics Inc. has announced its introduction into the Canadian reseller channel this week, catering to the Custom -Install & Pro -AV channel. NVU will distribute a full line of Projectors, Video -Editing Hardware/Software, DVD Duplicators, Video Surveillance/DVR products, Media Servers, Home -Theatre Furniture, Accessories, Extended Warranties, and Custom Installation & Integration Services. In addition to NVU's growing product line -up, AV training courses will be offered for resellers, and their customers.


"NVU's full -service approach to distribution allows our resellers to buy products that work for their customers' needs and offer services & support that is unmatched in today's competitive distribution industry," says Bobby Revai, President of NVU Electronics. Revai was previously General Manager at SummitFX, a Richmond -Hill based Pro -AV Distributor.

A.J. Kossman, previously of Kossman Audio, will head up the CI division of NVU Electronics. "I look forward to using my experience as a custom installer, and engineer, to help our customers provide top -notch services and solutions to their custom -install needs," said Kossman.

Currently, NVU distributes for several manufacturers, including iRes Technologies, EZ -Dupe, B -tech, Grandview, and Qlick. NVU also has their own line of AV Accessories, Home -Theatre Seating, and Installation Services. Several other products from other manufacturers will be announced next month.

NVU Electronics Inc., can be reached toll -free at 1(866)411 -2NVU, or via email at info@nvu.ca

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