Almo Expands Distribution Partnership with Christie into the U.S.

Christie is also participating in Almo's E4 Experience summit this fall.

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Maryland-based Almo Professional A/V, a distributor of professional audio and visual equipment, announces that it is bringing its Latin American distribution partnership with Cypress, California-based audio-visual company Christie into the U.S.

As a result, Christie’s high lumen and laser projectors, LCD panels and Christie MicroTiles  LED are now available to Almo resellers and integrators nationwide. Christie has also joined the Fall 2019 Almo E4 Experience, which takes place in the New York area in September and Atlanta in October.

“We are expanding our relationship with Christie into the U.S. to give our distribution partners greater access to projectors and displays from a well-established, technology-leading brand,” says Sam Taylor, executive vice president and COO for Almo Professional A/V. “As part of the expansion, we are offering our U.S. partners ongoing education about the Christie products, along with sales, service and technical support from our Business Development Manager team. Having Christie participate in the E4 Experience this fall gives local partners the ability to see the impressive lineup in action and learn more about how to incorporate these products into their AV projects.”

“The expanded partnership with Almo brings Christie closer to the largest resellers and integrators in the U.S.,” adds Dave Muscat, vice president, enterprise solutions-Americas for Christie. “Through this relationship, we are able to greatly increase our product accessibility, combined with all the added value that Almo brings to its partners to help them grow and prosper. We look forward to spending time with Almo partners during the E4 Experience this fall as we know this will be another productive step forward and an invaluable way to educate and connect.”


Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is the former digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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