Almo Professional A/V E4 AV Tour Stopping By Dallas After Successful Washington D.C. Leg
Almo Professional A/V's E4 Washington D.C. tour resulted in record-breaking attendance, with more than 600 pre-registered for the first E4 event of the year and have set their sights on the next stop in Dallas, Texas on April 24.
"As part of the whole E4 experience, the venue transforms into a larger-than-life showroom for attendees to share with their local end users,” explained Craigmyle. “At E4 Dallas, we will continue to showcase different AV products working together for various professional environments. We are also continuing to tie into the local community by having Randy White, Super Bowl MVP/corporate speaker in the house for our final presentation of the day.”
Craigmyle hinted that Almo will be soon be making an “industry-changing” audio announcement, which will be on display at E4 Dallas. “This announcement is expected to positively impact every one of our partners, regardless of whether they are currently selling audio,” she said. In addition, Heidi Mercer has joined the Almo team as a Territory Account Manager for the Dallas/Ft. Worth area and will be at E4 Dallas. Prior to her current position, Mercer worked in sales at AVI-SPL and wePresent WIFI.
“E4 is one event all AV companies should attend,” said James Dvorak of American Network & Cable. “The educational and product content is properly directed at the industry and you won't find a better environment to discuss current topics with other companies who serve the industry’s needs.”
E4 Dallas will include a multitude of opportunities to learn and earn AVIXA CTS Renewal Units (RUs). Attendees can receive certifications, get hands-on in workshops and see live demos in huddle space environments. The full lineup of business and technical sessions can be found here.
This dynamic presentation outlines the game plan that brought Randy White success both on and off the football field. Former NFL Defensive End and Super Bowl MVP, he reveals his Game Plan for Success by drawing parallels between winning in football and in business. Randy focuses on how to succeed under pressure -- when it’s “4th and 1″ -- and how to adapt quickly to unexpected situations when you’re faced with a “blitz” instead of a “zone.” He urges individuals and organizations to set goals and correct errors each step of the way, an approach that builds momentum that is hard for even the best “defense” to stop.