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ADI Sets '10 Expo Training Series

3/01/2010 02:46:35 PM Eastern

Melville, N.Y. - ADI today announced the launch of its 2010 ADI
Expo Training Series.

Free to all industry professionals, the ADI Expo offers a wide
variety of training seminars, and a chance to demo the latest technology,
interact with leading manufacturers and local associations, and network with
industry peers, the distributor said.

ADI's 2010 Expo Training Series has been enhanced to offer new
exciting opportunities to position dealers in front of new technologies,
products and services., the organizers said. More than 130 participating
manufacturers and 39 venues from across
North America will be there; this year's theme is Lead the Way.

Click here to get
information about ADI's list of events. In addition to the 26 Full Expos being
offered this year, the Expo Training Series will include 13 new Extreme Expos
with a full roster of training opportunities dedicated to security, IP and A/V.

Dealers will learn about the latest industry trends, expand their
knowledge of designing and selling complete solutions, and learn how to
increase their sales. The Full Expos will continue to focus on core security
and A/V solutions and allow dealers to participate in technology seminars, CEU
accredited courses, and Learn How A/V and Connectivity classes.

At the Expo, dealers
will also have the opportunity to enter for their chance to win a brand new
Chevrolet Camaro SS through ADI's customer appreciation car giveaway
sweepstakes.

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