The TOLA EXPO will be hosted by Samsung and it will be supported by three manufacturers’ rep firms in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Arkansas (TOLA): Lucas Sales Group/LM Electronics, a Catalyst AV member, Bell & McCoy Integrated Solutions, and Elite 3 Pro.
“We are facilitating a centrally located event where manufacturers and dealers can meet in-person for the first time in over a year,” says Cliff Clarke, managing director, Lucas Sales Group.
“This will allow vendors and dealers to have meaningful business conversations and see & hear cool new products in an environment that is more intimate than any traditional trade show.”
Hosted by Samsung and showcased in their Central U.S. Experience Center on the 10th floor of the Dallas Market Center, there will be over 30 manufacturers exhibiting the latest in Audio/Video, lighting, and a host of other technology solutions for residential and commercial integrators.
The Samsung Experience Center is a “mini-home” that includes a bedroom, kitchen, bar and patio vignettes for dealers to experience the latest Samsung products. On permanent display is Samsung’s “The Wall Lux,” which is the company’s state of the art 146-inch direct-view LED System, plus the full suite of 2021 top-of-the-line residential TVs.
Also on hand will be a complete Lighting Pavilion; a hands-on opportunity for dealers to check out the latest lighting fixtures, controls, and shading from some of the top vendors in the industry.
Click here to register for the event.
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