3vNet Announces Appointment of Fielder Marketing Rep Firm

New Western Region Rep firm to represent 3vNet in Northern CA, Northern NV

3vNet, manufacturer of advanced, elegant and easy to use whole-house automation products, has announced the appointment of Fielder Marketing of Reno, Nevada who will represent 3vNet in Northern California and Northern Nevada supporting the San Francisco, San Jose, Sacramento, Fresno and Reno markets.

Mark Fielder, President of the firm, successfully operated a highly successful integration firm for many years. He also gained outstanding experience on the manufacturing side as the National Sales Manager for BG Radia. The Fielder Marketing team represents a unique and limited group of audio & video manufacturers. "I knew right away that Mark and his team were the right choice. They have the perfect blend of technical expertise and business savvy. Fielder Marketing is a great addition to the 3vNet family" say Matt Curtin, 3vNet's Director of Sales. Currently the firm also represents BG Radia, Severtson, Plateau, and d-tools.

About 3vNet
3vNet manufactures a vast and complete range of whole-house control solutions for lighting, climate, security, CCTV, weather and distributed home entertainment. 3vNet products blend reliability, scalability and flexibility with contemporary design to provide solutions that are easy to install, simple to use and are designed to match any d©cor. 3vNet is headquartered in Orlando, FL and can be found on the web at http://www.3vnetco.com.

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