Klipsch, a tech-driven audio company, announced today the addition of two new commercial rep firms, Quest Marketing and Secom. Both firms will represent the Klipsch Professional line of speakers and act as an extension of the brand by developing new relationships with integrators and growing the Pro business segment in the market.
“By partnering with Secom and Quest Marketing, we can further open communications with integrators in the Southeast and effectively share the power and robust offerings of our Professional series with those customers,” said Rob Standley, VP–GM, Professional and Component Audio Solutions at Klipsch.
Secom Manufacturers Representatives, founded in 1965, serves professional and commercial audio industries including systems integration, AV recording MI, pro audio, background music, and touring. Secom services local and national distributors, systems integrators, and consultants and have representatives in Atlanta, Nashville and Columbia, SC. They are now representing Klipsch Pro in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
“We partner with companies that offer quality products and we are excited to be representing Klipsch,” said Edward Wolffe, owner of Secom Manufacturers Representatives. “Secom prides itself on providing our customers the best possible solutions to their audio needs.”
Quest Marketing, founded in 1996, is a dynamic company that readily adopts to changing conditions and provides service in audio, video, lighting and the music market places. Quest is now representing Klipsch Pro in Florida and Puerto Rico.
“Quest Marketing is excited to be working Klipsch. The brand is a great fit into the group of products we represent,” said John Saviano, president Quest Marketing. “Our company enjoys working with manufacturers that have a story to tell.”
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