David Wiener Collection Appoints Kent Dimon As National Sales Manager

Industry Veteran to Lead Domestic Sales of DWC's Exclusive Home Audio Products

CEDIA EXPO, ATLANTA, GA, July 17, 2009 - The David Wiener Collection (DWC), an internationally acclaimed design house developing exclusive products under the DWC and Ferrari brands, has announced the appointment of Kent Dimon as National Sales Manager, responsible for domestic distribution of the DW Collection's luxurious home and office entertainment products, including the Ferrari Art.Engine System and the Art.Suono and Art.Solista Wireless Music Enhancement Systems.


Kent Dimon is a highly respected industry professional with over twenty years experience in consumer electronics, professional audio, and systems integration and design. He possesses a thorough understanding of the complexities of operating a business in today's economy, and has significant experience in distributor sales channel management, regional direct -to -dealer sales management, and product design and development.

"We're delighted to have an experienced and proven professional like Kent heading up our domestic distribution," said Executive VP and Managing Partner Robin Sibucao. "Kent's experience as a successful, entrepreneurial businessman is both broad and deep. Combined with his solid sales channel management experience, we believe he is exactly what's needed to launch and lead our U.S. sales effort."

Prior to joining DWC, Mr. Dimon served as owner and president of DBA, Inc. d/b/a Entertaining Rooms, a skilled integrator of custom A/V systems and multi -media HD projectors. Earlier, he served as a Regional Sales Manager for BOSE Corp., and as the owner and president of Residential Technologies, Inc., which sold and installed home automation systems, A/V entertainment systems and structured cabling.

About DWC
David Wiener Collection is a design and innovation studio that creates some of the world's most exclusive and prestigious products. DWC products exhibit extraordinary, uncompromised performance, styling, materials and craftsmanship. The company is relentless in its pursuit of superior products and groundbreaking technologies.

Founded to create advanced vehicles, products, furniture and fashion, DWC prides itself on a unique operational model, based on experience with Formula One teams, that inspires its staff to optimize performance, style, operations, image and success.

DWC has worked with many of the world's great brands, including Ferrari, the U.S. Ski Team, Columbia, Cannondale, Ben & Jerry's, Nike, Ganassi IndyCar, Hollywood, TWR, Old Navy, Bloomingdales and many others. DWC programs have also been sponsored by such highly regarded companies as Adidas, Campagnolo, AMF, DuPont, Fischer, Salomon, Revo, and Vuarnet. In addition, DWC's work has been featured in major media worldwide, as well as on a PBS -TV documentary.

DWC's Park City, Utah, design facility and Salt Lake City -based Technology Center exhibit DWC's culture with Ferrari and other F1 cars on display.

For further technical information and availability, contact Bryan Stanton jbs@jbstanton.com or visit www.dwcollection.com.
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