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New Jersey Firm Completes the Hat Trick with Three Electronic Lifestyle™ Awards and a Record 8 Awards Overall

September 9, 2003
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NJ Firm Completes the Hat Trick with Three Electronic Lifestyle Awards and a Record 8 Awards Overall

Indianapolis, In – September 6, 2003 – Electronics Design Group (EDG), a leader in the custom electronics design and installation industry, was the winner of three Electronic Lifestyle™ Awards for Best Home Theater Level V ($200,000 – $400,000), Best Media Room, and Best Hidden Installation at this years annual CEDIA (Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association) EXPO in Indianapolis, Indiana, Saturday September 6 during a banquet of industry peers at the Indiana Roof Ballroom.

As the only NJ firm to win multiple awards in the 14-year history of CEDIA, EDG also firmly positions itself as a dominant player in the industry with a record 8 such awards overall. “It’s an honor to be recognized nationally for our work, but winning three awards in one night…………WOW, I’m speechless! The commitment our team has to EDG and its clients who select us as their solutions provider, is truly outstanding. I am so proud of everyone for their relentless hard work,” exclaimed Bob Gullo, President of EDG.

He adds, “Each was a signature EDG project, with every detail carefully planned. Many
companies can select and install equipment; what makes our projects unique are the
absolute detail and depth we go into. We use the latest CAD technology for precise placement of seating, sightlines, and speaker placement. We coordinate every detail and task with the interior designers, architects, general contractors and electricians.”

Electronic Lifestyle™ Awards are the most prestigious form of recognition in the custom electronics industry. These highly sought after awards are presented each year to recognize excellence in the custom electronics industry. “From the systems designed to satisfy the client on a budget to the no-holds-barred, money-no-object projects, this year’s entries are an incredible representation of the fine work being done by our industry,” said Chris Kangis, CEDIA 2003 Awards Committee Chair.

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