AVAD Reports Progress for D2B Program
Distributor AVAD said its four-year-old Dealer-to-Builder Program (D2B), which pairs builders with electronic system contractors to install home entertainment systems nationwide, currently has more than 7,500 projects in place.
Florida leads with over 4,000 D2B projects, the distributor said, followed by Idaho (2,000 projects) and California (400 D2B projects). Notable projects, it said, include 1,000 D2B homes in the South, over 400 in Southern California, 2,000 in Boise, Idaho, 150 in Wisconsin and over 400 multi-dwelling units in Detroit.
“Our builder-partners know they can count on us not only for timely fulfillment, but for expertise, as well,” said AVAD President Bob Gartland. “The combination of good execution with the most highly trained systems integration professionals in the industry is the foundation of D2B’s success.”
Builders participating in the program, AVAD said, include DR Horton, Kolter Communities, Lennar Homes, Centex Homes, GL Homes and John Wieland Homes.