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CRUX is on the Move

with BEI’s President Mike Beyersdoerfer Leading the Way.

BIE's Mike Beyersdoerfer points to a map with pins that show his 5000+ route.

Shreveport, LA (03.20.12) – CRUX Interfacing Solutions offers Bluetooth connectivity vehicle kits that provide a comprehensive solution that seamlessly integrates mobile phones with OEM radios in a wide range of vehicles.

“We have Bluetooth interface solutions that make it easy to get the installation completed and the cell phone paired. Hands-free legislation continues to progress throughout states and municipalities across the U.S.  CRUX can put 12volt retailers and expeditors into a very profitable category with a very minimal investment” Beyersdoerfer told 12voltnews.com during a stop at the company’s office and studios in Shreveport, LA.

Beyersdoerfer as he arived at the 12voltnews.com studios on Thursday night March 14th.

Beyersdoerfer was on a road trip, in his rep firm’s 33′ Pace Arrow CRUX “Express”, that ultimately covered over 5,000 miles. From the home base in Ft Collins, Co the trip included stops in Kansas City, Chicago, Elkhart, Detroit, Newell (W VA), Harrisburg (PA), Charolettesville, Nashville, Birmingham Tuscaloosa, Meridian (MS), New Orleans, Shreveport and Dallas.

The BIE CRUX Express headed to connect with I-20 and points west.

“This road trip, that covered over 2 weeks, was terrific. Every distributor I met with jumped on board. They recognized our product, right out of the box, covered so many installation applications with no additional harnesses, modules or antenna adaptors to purchase – and steering wheel controls work too. Every CRUX  interface solution is field tested with each specific vehicle model to verify performance. Updated data is posted on the CRUX website and includes a large number of 2012 vehicles from a wide number of car makers” Beyersdoerfer related to 12voltnews.com from the “conference room” of the BEI motorhome.

The CRUX Beeline series Bluetooth interface kits feature A2DP technology that allows users to steam music through factory installed audio systems.

For more information visit cruxinterfacing.com.