End Result Hosts 12th Annual Open House Event

End Result Get Better event focused on educating dealers

Pittsburgh, PA-March 15, 2013-Consumer electronics rep firm End Result, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, reports that its 12th annual electronics expo for home A/V and 12-volt retailers was a great success. Held March 6 at the Fort Rapids Resort & Convention Center, in Columbus, Ohio, the show, themed Get Better, offered dealers a chance to preview a unique line-up of products; attend educational seminars, manufacturers' training sessions, and networking opportunities; and participate in roundtable discussions.


A snowstorm did not deter the more than 117 attendees who packed such seminars as, "How to Increase Floor Traffic," "How to Compete with the Internet," "Projector and Screen Tricks & Tips," "Paradigm Anthem Training," and more. The Get Better event concluded with Casino Night, which gave everyone a chance to unwind after a full day of activities.

Highlights of the event included the debut of the Wolf Cinema SDC-8 projector, demonstrated with a Screen Innovations 110-inch Zero Edge Black Diamond screen; Paradigm's demo of a 5.1 channel system of in-wall speakers; and a display of Paradigm's new Shift line of "receiver less" speaker options. Russound featured their award-winning DMS3.1 Media Streamer and it's iPad/iPod wireless multiroom interface. Rob Keeler of BDI attended to showcase the company's exciting line of audio/video furniture, and Cindy Sherwood of Supersonic, displayed a full line of audio/video products for the home and car.

Attending dealers included Sound & Visions, of Akron, OH; Genesis Audio, of Columbus, OH; Audio Craft, of Cleveland, OH; Stereo Shop, of Greensburg, PA; and many others.

About End Result
Founded in 1983 and based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, End Result represents manufacturers of home audio/video, and aftermarket autosound products in Ohio, West Virginia, and Western Pennsylvania.

For more information contact: ed@endresultonline.com

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