Gepco NE Office Completes Successful First Year
Nazareth, PA - Feb 20, 2002 - Gepco International Inc. has announced that its northeast U.S. office in Nazareth, PA has enjoyed a successful first year. The office is headed by Lewis Frisch.
Gepco established this office to improve the company's customer service to the northeast client base through face-to-face contact. Gepco stated that it has met this goal. The office has allowed Gepco to more quickly disseminate new product info, increase awareness of the special products and services offered by Gepco, improve communications between end users and Gepco so as to facilitate better products and services in the future, and provide more opportunities to make Gepco's specialized experience and expertise available to a wider range of clients.
Frisch began his career working at radio stations in the mid-1960s and was a studio owner and engineer in Atlanta from 1976 through 1987. He has also held several sales and management positions at pro audio dealerships, and he was a manufacturer's rep for Amek, Community, Ramsa, Mogami and Monster Cable. Frisch was also Amek's eastern regional sales manager from 1990 to 1994.
More recently, he was sales manager for Comprehensive Technical Group in Atlanta from 1994 to 2000, where he was involved in hundreds of installations for corporate clients, theme parks, post houses, the 1996 Olympics and personal studios for more than a dozen of the leading names in the music industry including LaFace Records, Jermaine Dupri, Usher, She'kspere, Daryl Simmons and Keith Sweat.
Gepco's main office is in Des Plaines, IL. The company also supports a branch office in Burbank, CA.
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