PHC Appoints Rich Jackson for Northern California, Northern Nevada and Hawaii

Professional Home Cinema Continues Sales Expansion

Huntington Beach, CA (June 23, 2010) - Professional Home Cinema (PHC), a leader in DSP -driven loudspeaker and amplifier systems, announced the appointment of Rich Jackson to represent its line for Northern California, Northern Nevada and Hawaii.


PHC continues its U.S. sales expansion with the addition of Rich Jackson. "Rich's longstanding relationships with the key dealers in the territory, and the high level of respect they have for his professionalism make him the right choice for us" said Larry Reagan of PHC. "I was especially impressed with Rich's understanding of the technology we employ and his consensus that professional audio technology is essential to achieving a first class listening experience."

An ultra high -performance audio company, PHC has carefully expanded its representation by hand selecting premium sales firms in strategic territories throughout its domestic market. "Our goal is to always strive for excellence; be that in product design and performance or in our dealer and rep relationships," said Reagan.

Rich Jackson is the premier consumer electronics residential systems sales firm in the Northern California territory providing technical expertise and two decades of proven service in the high -performance custom integration market.

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