SOUTHLAKE, TX – August 1, 2017 – ProSource – the largest audio, video and integration buying group in the country, today announced their annual CEDIA Industry Reception will take place on Thursday, September 7, 2017 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at The Tin Roof located at 401 G Street, San Diego, CA. “The Roof” is located in a historic building from the 1880’s in downtown San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter and is known for supporting live music and the musicians who bring it to us.
Remarked Dave Workman, CEO and President of ProSource, “ProSource is a community of passionate individuals who work together to build a stronger group by developing strong partnerships. As a group focused on selling more premium audio products and more profitable multi-room audio products, where better to celebrate another bellwether year for the group than at a haven for musicians”, he said.
ProSource will also be on the show floor at CEDIA 2017, located at booth #3452. The leadership and staff are available throughout the show to promote the many member and vendor benefits provided by ProSource.
“Being on the show floor at CEDIA is an effective way to engage with our members and new member prospects”, said Sherry Dantonio, Director of Membership. “It is a great venue for sharing the power of ProSource’s business coaching through peer-to-peer programs and access to industry experts. Our dedicated field support District Managers are able to answer any questions about our vendor, warehouse and business services programs”.
For information on becoming a ProSource member, please contact: Sherry Dantonio, Director of Membership, (562) 810-1706, Sherry.Dantonio@Prosourceinfo.com.
ProSource is a cooperative, member-owned, not-for-profit buying group representing more than 500 specialty retailers and custom integrators. With annual sales of more than $4.5 billion, ProSource is the largest specialty and consumer-electronics merchandising group in the United States, which allows it to negotiate stronger programs with manufacturers, helps independent dealers stay relevant to consumers, and keeps the specialty A/V channel competitive. For additional information go to www.prosourceinfo.com.