Consumer Electronics Distributors (C.E.D.), member of the PowerHouse Alliance and a regional distributor of consumer and specialty electronics for the Chicago metropolitan market, has announced its annual Fall Ball Technology Summit with a series of three events for its dealers across Illinois, Minnesota, and Wisconsin this October.
The 2019 Fall Ball will kick off on Oct. 2 at C.E.D’s Elk Grove, Ill., location, and will continue the next day in New Berlin, Wisc. The third and final event of the series will take place in Bloomington, Minn., on October 8. All three events will be open for stop-ins from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and will give dealers the opportunity to meet with over 35 manufacturers including KLH, LG, Samsung, Yamaha, JVC, KEF, Denon, TechLogix, URC, Niles Audio, and many more. Dealers will also have the opportunity to take part in training sessions from vendors including LG, Samsung, TechLogix, Ring, and more.
“We look forward to our Fall Ball Technology Summit every year,” says Mike Baginski, vice president, C.E.D. “The series of events gives all of our dealers the opportunity to meet with manufacturers to preview new technologies, ask questions, and learn about new products through live demos. We are looking forward to another very successful event.”
Dealers can register for any of the three 2019 Fall Ball Technology Summit events online here.
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