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D.A.S. Audio of America Moves to New Headquarters
Miami, FL - Dec 12, 2013 - D.A.S. Audio has relocated its US-based division to new headquarters. With the company's expanding presence throughout the Americas, the new facility provides increased warehouse space, newly designed offices, a training room, and a large format demo room.
D.A.S. Audio of America's new facility is a 25,000 square foot, free-standing building that includes an adjacent lot for future expansion. Purchased in March 2013, the building underwent extensive remodeling so as to accommodate the unique requirements of a sound reinforcement equipment manufacturer. Key to the new facility is the inclusion of an acoustically treated training room. Equally noteworthy, the new building also features a large format demo room with a stage and video wall. With the addition of this new space, the company can accommodate a variety of performances that show the features and capabilities of its products in a real-world setting. And the inclusion of the video wall facilitates a wide range of visual content, both instructional and of an artistic nature.
The company's new facility also includes an expansive warehouse area. With the ability to accommodate more products, D.A.S. Audio expects to minimize delivery time of new equipment and accessories to its customers.
D.A.S. Audio of America moved into its new headquarters on Sept. 5, 2013. On Nov. 20, the company hosted its grand opening celebration, which included more than 80 guests from the US, Caribbean, Central, and South American territories and included distributors, dealers, and engineers. Among the celebratory atmosphere activities included a tour of the new facility, followed by simultaneous English/Spanish presentations (in separate rooms). Later in the evening, the company held a closing cocktail party for all attendees at the Clevelander Hotel on South Beach where a Convert 15A system was on display.
The new address for D.A.S. Audio of America is:
D.A.S. Audio of America, Inc.
6900 NW 52nd Street
Miami, FL 33166
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