Video Mount Products Introduces New Pitched Roof Satellite/Antenna Mount

The PRM-1, with its Heavy Duty Steel Construction and Weather-Resistant Finish, can Accommodate up to an 18-inch DBS/DSS Antenna and Comes with a Pitch Pad Kit, or can Hold up to Ten 8-inch x 8-inch x 16-inch Standard Concrete Blocks for Ballast

STEVENSVILLE, Md., February 27, 2008 - Video Mount Products (videomount.com), a leading provider of mounting solutions for the video, audio, and security industries, is proud to announce that it has introduced its new PRM -1 Pitched Roof Non -Penetrating Satellite/Antenna Mount.


"With more people choosing to go with satellite TV service and HD antennas, as well as many having to cope with new digital standards that will soon be in place, VMP's new PRM -1 mount will make installing these pieces of hardware on the roof as easy as viewing a HD broadcast is easy on the eyes," explained Keith Fulmer, president of Video Mount Products. "The PRM -1 can accommodate up to an 18 -inch DBS/DSS antenna and comes with a pitch pad kit, or can hold up to ten 8 -inch x 8 -inch x 16 -inch standard concrete blocks for ballast. Its heavy duty steel construction and dark grey weather -resistant powder coat finish provides strength and durability for lasting reliability and peace -of -mind."

The PRM -1 will be available late 1st Quarter 2008 and has an MSRP of $94.95.

For more information, please visit www.videomount.com or call (410) 643 -6390.

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