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Monday, December 11, 2017

AmpliVox Attends 2017 National Veterans Small Business Engagement

AmpliVox Sound Systems attended the 2017 National Veterans Small Business Engagement (NVSBE) that was held in St. Louis Missouri on December 5th through the 7th.

NVSBE continues to be the most effective way to build relationships with key program and acquisition managers, Procurement Decision Makers (PDMs), and contracting specialists.

Connections made during the Engagement allow Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (VOSBs) to connect with the right people to capitalize on opportunities for contract awards and subcontracting.

NVSBE directly connects VOSBs with PDMs from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), other federal agencies, state government, as well as Commercial Firms with procurement needs.

NVSBE also enables VA PDMs to engage with a large number of VOSBs in a short period of time, facilitating market research in support of meeting VA socioeconomic goals.

At Booth #426 AmpliVox exhibited their product line of portable sound systems and custom lecterns with logos.

Digital Audio Travel Partner Plus

The SW925 Digital Audio Travel Partner Plus is our most complete, all-in-one PA system.

The 250 watt portable address system will clearly and powerfully project your voice or music over an audience of up to 7500 people in a room size of up to 25,000 square feet.

Flat Hardrock Maple Lectern

Great looking contemporary solutions for your presentation needs. The 49" tall lectern provides a modern style that will match your current d├ęcor.

The spacious reading shelf measures 26.75" wide x 16.75" deep providing enough room for your speaker.

Audio Portable Buddy

A complete presentation system built into a rugged, compact carrying case. Powerful 50 Watt multimedia stereo amp, reach up to 1,000 people outdoors or in rooms up to 10,000 square feet.

Bluetooth wireless technology, stream audio wirelessly from your smart phone, tablet, or any other Bluetooth® enabled device.

Wireless Portable Media Player PA System

The AmpliVox SW725 is a powerful all-in-one PA system that puts you in command of your presentation for voice or music with all types of supporting media.

It can play audio files stored on any USB flash thumb drive or SD card or stream music from a Bluetooth® enabled device such as a smartphone or computer.

Multimedia Computer Lectern

Multipurpose computer lectern features locking shelf for keyboard and drop-leaf side shelf for projectors and media equipment.

Storage includes locking cabinet door with one adjustable inner shelf and internal wire management grommets. Moves easily on 4 hidden casters (2 locking).

Wood & Acrylic Floor Lectern

The SN3050 Series is constructed from solid hardwood, designed with a unique "H" shape and soft curve back edge with a choice of clear, frosted, smoked acrylic panel in the front that stands off 1" from face of lectern.

Standing at 4 ft high, with an acrylic reading surface made from durable 1/2" thick acrylic.

Mity-Lite Plus Portable PA

The Mity-Lite Plus compact portable PA system weighs only 8 lbs and allows maximum portability with its small, compact design.

It is a 40 Watt system that can reach an audience size of 500 people in a room of size of up 1500 square feet.

Mity-Meg Rechargeable Megaphone

The Lithium-ion battery pack with integrated wall charger is a long lasting rechargeable battery that allows you to simply charge in any 110-240V AC outlet.

Comfortable pistol grip and 3 modes: Talk, Siren and Whistle - up to 1 mile (1760 Yards) sound coverage. Weatherproof high impact plastic and steel.

Monday, December 04, 2017

AmpliVox CEO Honored by Rotary Club

AmpliVox Sound Systems and its CEO Don Roth have been recognized with the 2017 Business Ethics Award, presented by the Rotary Club of Northbrook.

The honor commends Roth for his active involvement in the community and his company’s generous donation of products to a wide range of charities. The award was announced on November 17 at the Rotary’s annual Diamonds and Denim Fundraising Auction.

AmpliVox is the second recipient of the award, which was launched in 2016.

The award is designed to honor local non-Rotarian businesses who operate according to the high ethical standards supported by Rotary, including the organization’s fundamental commitment to “service above self.”

Businesses are nominated by Northbrook Rotary members, with final review and selection made by a special committee.

As AmpliVox’s owner and CEO, Don Roth has instituted Cause Marketing campaigns that have benefited a number of charities in Northbrook, in Illinois, and around the nation.

In addition to cash donations, AmpliVox’s Cause Marketing programs provide free sound equipment to non-profit groups, carefully selecting products that fit the organizations’ specific needs.

One of the most high-profile programs has been the Pink Podium Promise, which donates weatherproof lecterns and megaphones to breast cancer groups for use in races, fundraisers, and education programs.

AmpliVox has also made large donations of equipment to the American Red Cross, Special Olympics Illinois, the North Suburban YMCA, Boys & Girls Clubs of Chicago, and many other grassroots organizations filling community needs.

AmpliVox is proud of its deep roots in the Northbrook community. When the company outgrew its previous space, Roth opted to stay in Northbrook and move to an expanded facility on Anthony Trail to preserve the company’s relationship with its employees and community partners.

Don served on the Board of the NSYMCA for several years, providing leadership that helped save the Y from closure and transform it into a rejuvenated and thriving community center. An active participant in the Northbrook Chamber, AmpliVox has supported Chamber activities with sound equipment donations and technical assistance to enhance events.

"The Northbrook Rotary is happy to recognize AmpliVox and Don Roth for their outstanding service and community involvement," says Andy Vass, President of Northbrook Rotary.

"Don’s support of the broader community reflects the ethical standards that are at the core of the Rotary mission."