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Friday, July 26, 2019

Celebrating the City of Prospect Heights, IL Annual 4th of July Parade

Our neighboring city of Prospect Heights held its Independence Day Parade on Thursday, July 4th starting at 10:30 AM. The parade's route began from the parking lot of St. Alphonsus Church and ended at the parking lot of Hebron Church.

Hot dogs and refreshments were served at the end of the parade route – sponsored by the Hebron Church.

AmpliVox's very own Joe Yim, shown below standing behind an AmpliVox Contemporary Lectern giving a finance report to the congregation at the Hebron Church, volunteered and assisted at the refreshment table serving food and drinks to the crowd.

After the parade, Mayor Helmer officiated the seventh annual 4th of July Patriotic Bicycle Contest open to all kids.

In the spirit of Independence Day, our commitment to "Made in America" quality, reliability, versatility, and aesthetic appeal has established AmpliVox as a leader in the sound equipment and presentation furniture industry.

AmpliVox: A Commitment to "Made in America" Quality

To ensure those standards, we keep the development and manufacturing process close to home.

AmpliVox maintains its own design, engineering, technology, manufacturing, and woodshop teams, all based in Northbrook, Illinois, and we strictly control the creation of every AmpliVox product from beginning to end.

We firmly believe that AmpliVox's products, predominantly made in the US, set the bar for quality and innovation in our industry.

Keeping our manufacturing process close to home has ensured the character of our products, created American jobs, and inspired our employees’ pride in the results of their work.