Torrance, Calif. — Alpine Electronics will participate in the CMA (Country Music Association) Music Festival, an annual event taking place in downtown Nashville on June 11-14. The event consists of free daytime activities and concerts and is capped off each night with a ticket-only concert featuring the top names from country music.
This is the second year that Alpine is exhibiting at the CMA Music Festival. Alpine will have a 40 x 30 booth and will showcase its line of X009 9-inch Restyle dash systems designed for full size trucks, SUVs and the Jeep Wrangler. Consumers will be able to experience Restyle dash systems installed in the Jeep Wrangler and Chevy Silverado demo vehicles. Additional Restyle dash systems will be displayed in kiosks featuring actual vehicle dashboards, to show a true representation of the products when they are installed.
Authorized Alpine retailer CarTronics, which has locations in Madison, Antioch and Brentwood, TN, will be on hand to give demonstrations of the Restyle dash systems and answer product questions. CarTronics is holding an in-store promotion around the X009 and CMA Music Festival. Consumers who purchase an X009 Restyle dash system from May 22 – June 10 will be entered to win one of two pairs of 4-day passes to the nightly CMA Music Festival concerts held at the LP Field. In addition, consumers who purchase an X009 Restyle dash system from CarTronics in June and mention the CMA Music Festival will receive a free standard rear view camera system.
Alpine will be conducting a social media contest for the booth visitors. Consumers will be invited to take a photo with the Jeep Wrangler or Chevy Silverado demo vehicle, then upload their photo to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter including #AlpineRestyle and tag @Alpine Electronics of America (for Facebook) or mention @AlpineUSA (for Instagram and Twitter). Three winners will be randomly chosen each day to receive a set of Alpine headphones and a SPARC™ portable FM receiver with HD Radio™ technology. The Alpine booth will be located between 3rd and 4th Avenues in “The Buckle,” an outdoor festival space spanning several blocks on Broadway in downtown Nashville.