AKG Opens New U.S. Headquarters
Nashville, TN - Aug 31, 2001 - In a physical move that will provide it with a dedicated facility to house its U.S. operations, AKG Acoustics announced the opening of a new headquarters building in Nashville. The new facility virtually doubles the space formerly occupied by this microphone manufacturer and creates more room for the company to expand as necessary according to Doug MacCallum, vice president and general manager, AKG Acoustics U.S.
The transfer to the new facility, which is a half-mile away from AKG's former headquarters, is close to the Nashville International Airport. The move should be completed by September 11th. The new address is 914 Airpark Center Drive, Nashville, TN, 37217. The new primary phone and fax numbers are, respectively, (615) 620-3800 and (615) 620-3875.
AKG Acoustics microphones and headphones are manufactured in Vienna, Austria. AKG Acoustics, U.S. markets the full line of AKG Acoustics microphones, headphones and processing for recording, concert, fixed installation sound reinforcement and broadcast applications. AKG Acoustics, U.S. is part of the Harman International family of companies.
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