Cinemar Announces Countdown to Christmas Sale

10 Days of Discounts - Save up to 50% OFF Select Products

Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States, 12/14/2009 - Cinemar, Inc., a leading provider of affordable home automation and media management solutions since 2002, has announced a massive ten day sale on select software and hardware starting Monday, December 15th. The sale will feature at least one or more software titles and/or hardware for sale each day at up to 50% Off until Christmas Day.


"Dealers and DIYers that may have been looking at higher -priced competitor systems are now revisiting our product line due to the stiff economy," stated Cinemar CEO Mario Cascio.

Cinemar plans to launch the ten day sale with big savings on their two flagship products: MainLobby and MLServer. Together both products provide a user interface designer, player and complete automation control. Users can build upon this base software with other plugins and modules that expand their system into lighting, security, movies, music, climate control, energy monitoring and much more.

Daily deals for the Countdown to Christmas Sale will be posted on the following web page: http://www.cinemarsolutions.com/countdown_to_christmas.php


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About Cinemar, Inc.
Cinemar, Inc. offers home automation and media management solutions to the budget conscious. Cinemar's affordable and easy -to -use Windows based products control multiple systems from a single customizable interface. Visit www.cinemaronline.com for more information.

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