Video Mount Products' 2008 Product Guide Now Available

With More than 30 New Products Including Expanded Offerings for Flat Panel Monitors as well as Several New Equipment Racks and Rack Accessories, VMP Offers One of the Most Comprehensive Product Lines in the Industry

STEVENSVILLE, Md., March 20, 2008 - Video Mount Products (www.videomount.com), a leading provider of mounting solutions for the video, audio, and security industries, is proud to announce that its 2008 product guide is now available.


"As a leading provider of mounting systems to professionals everywhere, the VMP product offering provides mounting solutions across many categories and to many industries," explained Keith Fulmer, president of Video Mount Products. "With more than 30 new products including expanded offerings for flat panel monitors as well as several new equipment racks and rack accessories, VMP offers one of the most comprehensive product lines in the industry."

VMP's products have been engineered for and installed with confidence in thousands of schools, restaurants, hotels, houses of worship, businesses, residences and security installations throughout the world. Whether installing a large video flat panel, projector, video surveillance system, antenna or satellite dish, VMP has the mounting solution for the job.

To request the new 2008 VMP product guide please visit VMP online at www.videomount.com or call at 410 -643 -6390.

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