rAVe Founder Keynotes ALMO E4 Expo on Oct. 3rd in New Jersey

Almo Professional A/V today announced final registration for the last stop on the Fall 2012 E4 AV training and networking tour, taking place at the Meadowlands Expo Center in the New York area on Oct. 3. The event will feature hundreds of new and Almo-exclusive products from over 30 manufacturers, including Almo’s newest commercial audio partner, Atlas Sound. Atlas will exhibit and present a session during E4 New York. At the same time, a fourth classroom has been added to the event to conduct 17 educational sessions, including two new presentations delivered by industry expert, Peter Putman on behalf of Kramer Electronic USA.

Vice President of Marketing for Almo Professional A/V Melody Craigmyle said, “We are ending our tour in the same region where we had our very first E4 event in 2009, although we’ve outgrown our original space and now need an exhibit hall to fit all the products, manufacturers and attendees.” She continued, “There is a lot of extra excitement around this event — our newest partner, Atlas Sound will bring its traveling Sound Trailer onto the show floor, which will feature a first look at the new A-Series line of array speakers. And it’s a privilege to have Pete Putman join our expert presenter team with two new sessions worth InfoComm CTS Renewal Units.” Craigmyle noted that one of Putman’s sessions would focus on how to handle digital signal routing while the other is on wireless AV signals, two topics that E4 attendees have expressed interest in learning about.

E4 NY comes on the heels of the E4 Dallas event that took place earlier this month with over 250 attendees. Gary Kayye delivered a new keynote address based on his popular “Kayye’s Krystal Ball” annual column that outlines industry trends in the next two to three years that will affect resellers, manufacturers and integrators. According to E4 Dallas attendee Buddy Hughes of Open Air Media, “Almo came though on its promise at this year’s E4 event. The knowledge received from the manufacturers has already brought us new design concepts that we plan to implement as soon as possible.”

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