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Monday, May 09, 2011

A Look Into a Day in the Amplivox Office

Amplivox Sound Systems prides itself on a long history of quality, durable, and easy to use products. We have been in the portable sound business since 1952 when Perma Power introduced the Amplivox line of portable PA systems. CEO Don Roth acquired Amplivox in 1995 and transformed it into the leading portable sound company.

From our industry leading 6 year warranties, environmental efforts to go green, charitable programs like the Pink Podium Promise to help raise awareness to breast cancer, and innovations to continually push for new and better products for consumers. Amplivox Sound Systems has always been one step ahead of the competition.

The moment employees start work, the office and warehouse is filled with laughter and the sound of employees working hard to ensure our quality products get to you as soon as possible. Above is a picture of an Electronics Technician checking the quality of a circuit board in our S602 MityMeg Megaphone. While one of our Social Media Specialists works to provide consumers with reliable and accurate customer testimonials, instructional videos and blogs to help give incite into our products before you purchase them.

Our employees are always ready to help make this an enjoyable experience for all of our customers. Below is a picture of one of our employees running to catch the mail man to send out a last minute package. Amplivox also prides itself on trying to keep jobs here in America. Most of our products are made at our headquarters right here in Northbrook, Illinois.

Check back soon for day 2 at the Amplivox Office!

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