Stampede, the global leader in value added distribution, is ushering in a busy new year with the announcement of six Big Book of AV Tour & Conference Series stops in the United States and Canada. The stops will be held at strategic locations across North America, from February to late May. All upcoming tour dates and registration information can be found here.
The 2020 Stampede Big Book of AV Tour & Conference Series will make stops in San Jose, California on February 13th; Toronto, Canada on February 20th; Orlanda, Florida on March 5th; New York City on March 12th; Cleveland, Ohio on May 14th; and Calgary Alberta, Canada on May 20th.
“Our goal with the 2020 Big Book of AV Tour & Conference Series is to showcase examples of integrated systems that deliver better customer experiences and business outcomes for every product category in specific vertical markets,” Stampede President & CEO Kevin Kelly said today. “With a number of upcoming stops in the U.S. and Canada, resellers in cities throughout North America will have access to specific bundled solutions for individual vertical markets and receive in-field education and training on how to best profit from improved customer experiences.”
The 2020 Big Book of AV Tour & Conference Series will utilize an enhanced ProAV conference style format comprised of new and returning leading industry executives, subject matter expert keynote speakers, and leading industry manufacturers from every product sphere. This daylong conference provides industry insights, technology updates and training forums for your total business needs and features the latest technologies for audio, video, display, projection, lighting and staging, digital signage, conferencing, digital content creation, networking, signal distribution, and much more.
“The Big Book of AV Tour & Conference Series is the industry’s largest touring technology showcase and for good reason. As we get ready to embark on our next great season, we reinforce our dedication to helping resellers grow their business by bringing them a first-class experience that exceeds their highest expectations,” Kelly emphasized.