IT'S A SMALL WORLD AFTER ALL: ELECTROGRAPH BRINGS DTE RESELLER PROGRAM TO ANAHEIM ON MARCH 26

Electrograph DTE Reseller Program Comes to Anaheim

February 20, 2008 - HAUPPAUGE, NEW YORK -Electrograph Systems, Inc., the leading national distributor of display technology products and services, today announced Anaheim, Calif., as the official location for its first Display Technology Experience (DTE) reseller networking and training event of the year. Registration is open for DTE Anaheim, scheduled for March 26 at the Anaheim Marriott.


Now in its fourth year, Electrograph's DTE program continues to make its way to resellers around the nation, providing endless training and education opportunities, including NSCA learning and CEDIA continuing education credits, along with networking, new product viewings and more, all absolutely free of charge.

"The DTE program is growing at an incredible rate. Each DTE event gets stronger with more industry -certified courses from NSCA and CEDIA, salient information from the leading voices of our industry, the latest products, and the most well -respected professionals in attendance," said Sam Taylor, president of Electrograph Systems, Inc. "It has developed from a product showcase into a rich learning and networking experience. Both our resellers and manufacturer partners are enjoying tremendous benefits from this program."

DTE Anaheim features an energizing new list of business building and training content that both commercial and residential resellers can immediately put to use. Chuck Wilson, executive director of NSCA will kick off the event, and the training and education portion will be led by some of the most prominent names in the business. Topics and speakers include:
•What Will You Be Doing In 2011? Gary Kayye, Gary Kayye's rAVe and Gary Kayye's Home Edition e -newsletters

•Introduction to IP Networking Richard Reynolds, Pikes Peak Community College

•Solving Ground Loop Problems, Bill Whitlock, Jensen Technologies

•How to Build a Home Theater/Integrate Audio with Flat Panels Steve Feinstein, Atlantic Technology

•Sony Videoconferencing - Setting the New Standard for HD, Dave Petricig, Spire Global

•Reseller Certification for Philips 3D Displays, Erik van der Tol, Philips 3D Solutions

•The Importance of Display Calibration to ISF Commercial Standards, Alan Brawn, Brawn Consulting

•Introduction to Philips Pronto Remotes, Joe Braithwaite, Philips Consumer Electronics

New technologies highlighted at DTE Anaheim include the latest in plasma and LCD flat panel displays, home cinema projectors, touch panels, consumer DVDs, mounts and stands, video processors, amplifiers and receivers, wire and cable, video interfaces and more. Major display providers such as Panasonic, NEC, Samsung, Sharp and Pioneer will sponsor and hold exhibit space at this event.

Complete information about Electrograph's DTE Anaheim program, as well as online registration, a detailed agenda and hotel accommodations can be found at www.electrographdte.com.

About Electrograph
Founded in 1982, Electrograph Systems, Inc. is a leading national distributor of display technology solutions, including plasma displays, LCD displays, LCD and DLP™ projectors, and other specialty displays. In 2006, the company acquired ActiveLight, CineLight and International Computer Graphics, all leading national distributors of A/V products. With 11 regional offices, nine distribution centers and a network of more than 5,000 reseller partners and integrators, Electrograph is one of the largest plasma display distributors in the U.S. and is the only distributor to operate a certified InfoComm -trained nationwide sales and service network. The company specializes in display, audio, connectivity and other complementary technologies for both the consumer and commercial markets. For more information, visit the company's Web site at www.electrograph.com.

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