Lelch Audio Video uses strong marketing techniques, specializes in basement remodeling, and embraces responsive service plans to target Millennials.
What better way for an integrator to connect with Millennial clients than to be one…or even better, have a whole team of Millennials! That’s the situation at Lelch Audio Video in St. Louis Park, Minn., where the company has used its youthful talent and enthusiasm along with its creative services to grow to $3 million in revenues in just six years. Led by 32-year-old Alex Lelchuk, the company has carved a successful niche in the high-tech basement remodeling market, partially achieved by sharing a 5,000-square-foot showroom with its basement remodeling partner.
Bellevue, Wash.-based Wipliance receives 2019 Consumer Technology Association TechHome Division Integrator of the Year Award at CES 2019.
“I have been coming to CES for 33 consecutive years and I was still just as excited to attend the show as I was for the very first time,” said Lee Travis, owner of Wipliance, a Bellevue, Wash.-based custom integration firm as he accepted the Consumer Technology Association’s TechHome Division’s 2018 Integrator of the Year at CES 2019. Travis’ ability to maintain that youthful exuberance for his business and the technology is among the reasons his company was recognized by the CTA.
Crown Audio Video in Dallas uses solid SEO tactics to attract Millennials and a new showroom relying on brands like MSE Audio to flourish.
From the worst of circumstances can sometimes arise the best of situations. That might be a good way to describe the formation and ascendance of Crown Audio Video in Dallas. The company was created by a group of former employees from Circuit City Firedog, the now-bankrupt former retailer’s custom installation service.