World Wide Stereo, the acclaimed Philadelphia-area A/V specialty and custom-installation chain, is set to unveil its completely redesigned Montgomeryville, Pa., showroom this week.
The 5,000-square-foot facility has been “reimagined” into a design and technology gallery featuring the latest high-end A/V, home theater, lighting, shade and climate control running on a smart and secure home network in real-life environments, World Wide Stereo said.
The Montgomeryville remodel mirrors the company’s Ardmore, Pa., showroom, which was relocated and upgraded three years ago.
“This new concept brings the retail experience to life in a whole new way,” said president and founder Bob Cole. “Whether you are seeking a whole-home solution or the best Bluetooth speaker on a budget, we have created an immersive environment where customers can fully interact and enjoy our full portfolio of products and services.”
In keeping with the company’s credo of “Doing well by doing good,” the showroom’s home theater will be made available to the public on an ongoing basis as a no-fee meeting place for regional charities, community groups and A/V enthusiasts.
Cole will formally take the wraps off the new facility this Friday, April 29. The store is also holding a private preview on Thursday evening featuring food, wine, craft beer, raffles and prizes, and all guests will be afforded special opening-week pricing.
The showroom is located at 754 Route 309 (Bethlehem Pike) in Montgomeryville. Here’s a sneak peek:
The home theater
An outdoor vignette
A tricked-out bathroom