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Mike Uhl Joins RF Specialties of California
San Diego, CA - Aug 6, 2012 - Steve Moreen, president of RF Specialties of California, has appointed Michael Uhl to the staff as an audio systems specialist. Uhl, a native of Southern California, will continue to work from his home office in Escondido.
Uhl was studying to be an engineer when sales lured him into audio systems. In 1978 he joined what was then Pacific Recorders & Engineering, where he sold the original BMX consoles for Jack Williams. After 20 years, he joined SAS in Burbank and helped bring its first console - the Rubicon - to the market. Prior to joining RF Specialties Uhl led the Telos Alliance as sales manager for the United States and Canada.
Uhl can be contacted at the RF Specialties of California main office at 619-501-3936 #3 or email@example.com.
RF Specialties of California is a member of The RF Specialties Group, an alliance of independent broadcast suppliers. There are 14 offices throughout the United States and the Philippines.
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