PHILADELPHIA, PA (02.08.2016) – Once again, Sound of Tri-State put the latest mobile electronics products on display at the Philly Car Show. The 9-Day show, the 115th edition, filled the Philadelphia Convention Center from Saturday January 30th until Sunday, February 7th. The popular DUB show occupied a 125,000 square foot space with their tour activities. A total of over 700 vehicles dotted the the expansive Convention Center floor.
Sound of Tri-State was in the middle of the action. Mehdi Narimanian, the driving force behind the multi-store area retailer, commented, “The Philly Car Show is 9 days long and definitely keeps us busy for a good part of the month. It really gets the month of February kicked off in a major way.”
With a total attendance that topped 250,000 over the 9-Day run, the Philly Car Show set the stage for Sound of Tri-State to put their brand, and vendor brands, in front of a very large audience interested in new automobiles.
Continuing, Narimanian stated, “With the support and presence of our vendor partners we were able to educate countless consumers on new and emerging technologies.”
Opus Maketing-with staff Bruno Berg, Chuck Ottati and Todd Ess splitting time in the Sound of Tri-State booth-manned 2 full active displays from Directed showing everything in remote start, security and smart start technology.
Jeff Shultz, Pioneer District Sales Manager, was in the booth with the Scion demo car from CES and 3 active Pioneer displays. One display featured Android Car, the Apple Car display included a full blown sound system while the 3rd display highlighted all of the latest Pioneer AVH video and CD players.
SiriusXM was in the Sound of Tri-State booth with a full active display. Paul Trueman indicated the new Commander Touch receiver opened eyes for custom installation projects.
Howard Feldman, CF Marketing, showed attendees the latest Kenwood and Hertz Audison gear. The latest Kenwood products were active in a 5Axis display.
Encore Mid-Atlantic was on site with Russ Depillis. The company’s Rockford Fosgate Mini Sound Lab was a big draw as show attendees took the, “Sound Chamber” challenge. The Sound of Tri-State Polaris RZR, loaded with all new Plug and Play Rockford Fosgate Power Sports products, also grabbed a lot of eyes and ears.
Angelo Cordero and Dominick Butta, Bravo Marketing, showcased JL Audio Marine in an active display. Showing Alpine and VOXX products too kept Angelo and Dominick very busy in the Sound of Tri-State booth.
A Big 12volt News “Hat’s Off” to Sound of Tri-State and their vendor partners for commitment and work to showcase the mobile electronics category to a large crowd interest in automobiles and aftermarket products.
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