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BrandSource Shows Diverse Product Selection

LG’s 77-inch curved OLED Ultra HD TV was shown at BrandSource and should be shipping in the summer.

BrandSource’s Mark Pardini and Bob Donaldson were in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit when they hosted the Stampede special deals event, which generated record orders the night before the show floor opened.

NexVac’s RoboVac 300 was featured at the Stampede, which is a third-generation model that has a unilateral minimum advertised price of $329, features adjustable cleaning times and runs for up to 80 minutes of continuous cleaning. Jim Coward CEO of Nexvac commented that independent dealers “will benefit the consumer by being able to provide the knowledge needed to train the consumer on the use of robots in their home.”

Alexandra Harding and Rok Nicaj of Ingram Micro CE

BrandSource’s Bob Donaldson (from left) with Saul Esparza, John Kaido and Joshua May from Tacony that represent Maytag vacuums at the Stampede

Patrick McLellan (right) and Eric Sloan of Urban Cultivator, a supplier of indoor gardens for the kitchen that grow herbs and microgreens year round, without pesticides or chemicals

The Broil King booth was busy and part of BrandSource’s outdoor products effort.

GE Appliances emphasized its domestic manufacturing capabilities at its booth.

Infinite Therapeutics’ Mike Milone showed the company’s IT-8500 lounge chair

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