NORTH ANDOVER, MASS. — The Mobile Electronics Retailers Association (MERA) elected South Florida retailer Mike Dixon as chairperson of its newly formed education committee.
MERA also selected Kris Bulla and Paul Pirro as co-chairs. The new education committee includes 20 retailers, expeditors, rep firms, distributors and manufacturers, MERA said.
The committee’s tasks include development of education programs for October’s KnowledgeFest in Dallas as well as the launch of the association’s first online dealer-education programs and educational webinars, slated to launch soon, executive director Chris Cook told TWICE. The committee also plans MERA’s regional educational events.
Dixon operates retail store Audio Logic. Bulla works for InstallerNet and is chairperson of the Consumer Electronics Association’s MECP (Mobile Electronics Certified Professional) certification-program committee. Pirro is MERA’s member services manager.