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Thursday, September 24, 2015

Eagle Scout Ceremony at NSYMCA

Daniel Silver always enjoyed helping his mother raise vegetables in their backyard garden. His early passion grew into a service project at the North Suburban YMCA that inspires children to learn about gardening, and earned him the status of Eagle Scout from Boy Scouts of America.

His accomplishments were honored in a Court of Honor Ceremony on Sunday, August 23. Our Victoria Lectern and speaker system offered a dignified touch to the event, and helped troop leaders and speakers share Daniel's accomplishments without raising their voices.

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Sunday, September 13, 2015

Juliana: The Original Chicago Bears Fan

Football is back! Juliana Roth Fiuza, granddaughter of AmpliVox Sound Systems CEO Don Roth, is hoping for a big season from the Chicago Bears in 2015!

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Florida Corvette Club Autocross Events

The Florida Corvette Club in central Florida brings together Corvette enthusiasts, providing fellowship among Corvette owners through their events.

Club activities include:
  • Car Cruise shows
  • Autocross events
  • Club Social nights
  • Road Trips
  • and monthly club meetings

At their latest autocross event last weekend, an AmpliVox S602R Megaphone was used to direct the crowd, make announcements and call the cars to the starting line.

An autocross is a timed competition in which drivers navigate one at a time through a defined course on either a sealed or an unsealed surface, racing against the clock. It is a form of motorsports that emphasizes safe competition and active participation. It also allows the Corvette owners to put their cars and their driving skills to the test.

AmpliVox S602R Megaphone being used to call cars to the starting line

Autocross courses are typically one to two kilometres long and tend to place demands on car handling and driver skill rather than on engine power and outright speed. Courses may be temporary and marked by traffic cones or be permanent tracks with approval by a motorsport body.

"It worked great!", said Don Hershiser, President of the Florida Corvette Club.

The sponsoring club did not have a megaphone so we let them use it to call cars to the starting line. We do multiple car shows and Autocross events each month, and will always be bringing the AmpliVox megaphone along."

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Thursday, September 03, 2015

2nd Annual Hike 4 Better Hearing - Making A Difference With AmpliVox

The Fisher Foundation held its 2nd Annual Hike 4 Better Hearing walk on August 29 2015, where AmpliVox had donated a S602R Megaphone to help the announcers address the crowd. The 5K walk helps to further the public’s awareness of the importance and benefits of hearing better.

The first Hike 4 Better Hearing walk last September raised $15,000 and enabled 6 people and their extended families to be reunited once again. In addition, they brought hearing health awareness to dozens of communities, facilities, and health care professionals. They want to help 12 families this year and continue to raise hearing health awareness in communities.

The Fisher Foundation for Hearing Health Care is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to enhance the quality of life through better hearing.

Dr. Ronna Fisher, Au.D., founded Hearing Health Center in 1984 because of her personal experience with her father who had significant hearing problems. It affected his life and the lives of his spouse, children, friends and co-workers.

Dr. Fisher established The Fisher Foundation for Hearing Health Care in 2008 to provide hearing health care to those who cannot afford treatment.

Since then, the Fisher Foundation has been providing hearing aids, as well as our professional time and services to patients, conducting community seminars to promote hearing awareness, and donating ear protection to our troops.

They provide educational seminars, counseling, and research in Chicago and the surrounding suburbs in order to raise public awareness of the acute importance of protection, detection, and treatment of hearing disorders to creating overall good health.

They are a resource that others may turn to for assistance when they have no other access or funding for hearing health care.

Research has proven that the ability to hear directly affects physical, emotional, social and cognitive well being. Unfortunately, people are often unaware of the devastating consequences of untreated hearing problems. Therefore, it is essential to raise awareness about the importance of regular hearing checkups. Like cholesterol, blood pressure and colonoscopies, early detection and treatment are critical and can be lifesaving.

AmpliVox will continue to support The Fisher Foundation and their efforts.

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