Melbourne, Fla. -- Anuva Automation, the maker of TiO (Turn it On) building-automation products, is taking training on the road for the first time in the U.S. with the launch of its “Grow Your Business Tour.”
The tour complements the company’s the Ninja Dealer Training Program, a multi-course online training system that also offers awards for selling and installing TiO systems.
Training sessions start July 8 and run through September. The inaugural event will be held at the Anuva Innovations office in Raleigh-Durham followed by a July 15 event in Miami.
Roadshows in Canada were held last month.
The tour feature product and information for any level of dealer or installer. Product experts provide hands-on-activities and demonstrations covering the TiO system and the Ninja Dealer Training Program.
The information sessions will go on throughout the day, and dealers can attend any time between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.
After each event, one attending dealer will be randomly selected to receive a TiO Home Starter System that contains a MC2 Master coordinator, two AZSSI Digital Streamers, two AZPS1 Power Supplies and 10 TL-4 Load-Agnostic Lighting Controllers at a suggested $4,300. A special buy-in program will also be offered to attendees.
Scheduled places and dates are as follows:
July 8 - Raleigh-Durham, N.C.
July 15 - Miami, Fla.
July 22 & 23 - Dallas-Ft Worth, Tex.
August 3 & 4 - Las Vegas at Nationwide’s PrimeTime event
August 12 & 13 - San Antonio, Tex.
August 19 - Oklahoma City, Okla.
August 26 & 27 - Chicago, Ill.
Sept. 2 & 3 - Houston, Tex.
Sept. 16 - Buffalo, N.Y.
Sept. 23 - Philadelphia, Pa.
“ Integrators can get sales and product knowledge in a casual atmosphere so they are comfortable selling and installing TiO products immediately,” said Anuva president Mike Anderson.
Registration is now open for each event, Dealers can register by emailing Kathy Hancock at email@example.com or calling (919) 388-3360.
TiO exhibited for the first time at a CEDIA Expo in 2013 to unveil its wireless multizone audio and wireless home-control systems, which can be controlled from Apple and Android tablets. The company was acquired by Anuva in 2014.