Linear Acoustic Names Cardone as Sales Director


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Lancaster, PA - Jan 29, 2008 - Linear Acoustic has appointed Don Cardone to the role of sales director for the Americas. Cardone, who joins Linear Acoustic with more than 25 years of experience in broadcast sales management, will head the company's new office in Maplewood, NJ. In his new role, he will be responsible for building and maintaining relationships with customers, broadcast systems integrators, distributors and sales representatives in North, Central and Latin America.

Prior to taking his new position with Linear Acoustic, Cardone was a product sales manager for Pro-Bel America's Vistek software and hardware, which he sold directly to most major U.S. broadcasters. Earlier, as national sales manager for Vistek Electronics, Cardone opened the company's first North American office and oversaw direct sales and the efforts of independent representatives across the United States and Canada. He has also held national and regional sales management positions at Sorceron, Crosspoint Latch and Video Corp. of America.

Cardone will report to Tim Carroll, president and founder of Linear Acoustic.



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