Wayne, N.J. — Electronics Expo will open its third audio/video store here, a 38,000 square foot location, during the third quarter.
The new story will present a store-within-a-store concept, featuring different manufacturer’s high-tech products in their own environment, the company said. Each store-within-a-store will showcase a wide range of vignettes, listening-viewing rooms with the emphasis on custom systems solutions, the retailer said.
In addition to carrying major brands, the limited distribution lines will be featured throughout the seven different home theater rooms that will have solutions ranging from $999 to $150,000, focusing on custom installation. Electronics Expo said that “top name home theater furniture” and “decorative furnishings” not available in other CE stores will be available.
“We have set out to create the ultimate one-stop solution for all our customer electronics and furniture needs,” said Leon Temiz, Founder, Electronics Expo. “The new stores will offer a higher level of customer care and detail that you just don’t find in traditional consumer electronics outlets.”
Temiz, co-founder and former CEO of metro New York regional chain 6th Avenue Electronics, launched this new chain in November 2003 with plans to open 15 Electronics Expo stores in New Jersey.