Stereo East Home Theater Hosts Sony Executive Team

Executives from Sony Electronics visit Stereo East Home Theater to learn more about the custom audio/video integration channel.

Stereo East Home Theater welcomed an executive leadership team from Sony Electronics to their showroom located in Frisco, Texas. Stereo East was honored to have key Sony personnel in attendance, including Deputy President Toshifumi Okuda, Vice President Frank Sterns, and National Sales Manager Kevin O'Loughlin.

Sony has spent the last several years developing new and innovative technologies such as 4K Ultra HD projectors and televisions as well as High-Resolution Audio, both of which are strongly focused on the specialty channel. In order to further enhance their market penetration, Sony visited Stereo East to discover how their products and strategies were received by both consumers and dealers. Stereo East Home Theater has been a Sony CIS Diamond Dealer for the past three years.
"We are excited to have the opportunity to spend time with the Sony executive team," said Gary Montagna, President of Stereo East. "We thank Mr. Okuda, Mr. Sterns, and Mr. O'Loughlin for their commitment to and support of our business and the entire specialty channel!"
Stereo East Home Theater has been ranked as a top 100 custom installation and systems integration firm for the past nine years by CE Pro Magazine, and the company is a Power CI member of the ProSource buying group. Stereo East has proudly served the DFW metroplex for over three decades.

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