Community makes a First Choice in the Northwest

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Community Professional Loudspeakers has announced the appointment of First Choice Marketing as the company’s new sales representative for the Northwest territory.

Based in Seattle, Washington, the firm’s Principal Tony Tudisco and Office Manager Sharon Jensen will represent Community in Washington, Oregon, Western Idaho, Montana and Alaska. First Choice Marketing was founded in 1990, and has been managing the Northwest territory for over 23 years.

“We’re pleased to welcome First Choice Marketing as our Northwest Representative,” said Loren Robinson, Community’s Western Regional Sales Manager. “The Northwest has always been a strong territory for Community, and First Choice Marketing’s reputation as an established and accomplished sales team is exactly what we need to continue Community’s success in the area.”

“We are extremely excited to be representing Community Loudspeakers,” said First Choice’s Tony Tudisco, “Community is one of the industry’s most respected brands, with a solid track record of more than forty years of history, innovation and value,” he continued. “We’re confident the resources Community and First Choice have to offer will be excellent tools for Northwest pro audio integrators and their clientele.”

First Choice Marketing is located in Seattle, Washington. Telephone First Choice at (206) 306-1100, email them at

or visit them on the web at


Community Professional Loudspeakers has been a leading supplier of professional sound systems since 1968. Headquartered in Chester, Pennsylvania, Community distributes its products to over fifty countries on six continents.

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