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Listen Technologies Attends AV Week Proclamation Signing

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Highlighting the importance the AV Industry has on the lives of everyday citizens in Utah, the Salt Lake County Mayor’s office joined Listen Technologies and other AV Industry groups in officially proclaiming that October 13 – 19, 2013 as AV Week.

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Salt Lake City, Utah, USA—An official proclamation from the Salt Lake County Mayor’s office was signed and delivered to representatives of the local InfoComm International association declaring that October 13 – 19, 2013 will be AV Week in the state of Utah.

The proclamation ceremony was attended by Listen Technologies employees and fellow colleagues from GENCOMM. Representatives from the Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams’ office were also in attendance to read and deliver the proclamation.

Each year, InfoComm International hosts AV Week in October. The purpose of AV Week is to build awareness to the industry, the prevalence AV plays in our lives, the expertise available from skilled, certified professionals and the exciting career opportunities. The AV industry provides better experiences in schools, places of worship, theaters, government offices, stadiums, and many other settings.

“We appreciate Mayor McAdams signing the proclamation,” said Kristin Rector, Director of Marketing Services at Listen. “In doing so it affirms the impact of the AV industry in Utah. Whether you go to Abravanel Hall, Rio Tinto Stadium, Harmon’s, City Creek Center, Zion Lutheran Church, West High, or the Salt Lake International Airport, AV is a part of impacting our experiences. The AV industry also benefits our economy through available technologies, jobs and revenues.”

Listen Technologies, along with other AV companies in Utah, will be participating in and hosting several events during AV Week (October 13 – 19, 2013). These events will highlight all of the ways the AV industry impacts the lives of everyday citizens in Utah and will bring more awareness to the industry.

For the full calendar of events visit

http://www.listentech.com/about-us-events.

About AV Week

InfoComm International is the trade association representing the professional audiovisual and information communications industries worldwide. Each year during October, InfoComm unites the audiovisual community to celebrate, promote and share the AV industry with the world. AV Week gives its members resources and support to reach out to the community and become advocates for change. It’s a time to educate students interested in AV careers, change industry perceptions, make new connections and create media opportunities.

www.avweek.org

About Listen Technologies Corporation

Listen Technologies brings power and clarity to the sounds that enrich your life—by overcoming the challenges of noise, distance, lively debate and hearing loss to deliver precise and personalized audio in any setting or environment. With Listen solutions, you can cut through the clutter and connect to an experience of pure, focused sound. Listen solutions are used in gathering places around the world including schools, houses of worship, factories, entertainment venues, government agencies and more. For more information on Listen solutions, contact Listen Technologies at 1.800.330.0891, +1.801.233.8992, or visit

www.listentech.com

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