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QSC, Mainline Marketing form sales partnership

Mainline Marketing will represent the QSC Systems and Live Sound business in Florida and Puerto Rico

QSC has announced Mainline Marketing, an independent manufacturer rep firm, will represent the QSC Systems and Live Sound business in Florida and Puerto Rico, effective May 25, 2020. Mainline Marketing will take over for Meyer Marketing after acquiring their firm early this month.

“We would like to thank the entire Meyer Marketing team for their hard work and dedication representing QSC over the years,” said Frank West, Senior Director of Sales for QSC Systems. “We look forward to working with Mainline Marketing in the Southeast region and leverage their vast experience and connections in the AV industry, specifically in corporate AV, theme parks, production and retail. Our companies share a dedication to integrator and end user training, and as Mainline prepares to open their newest training center next month, they will help support regional trainings for the Q-SYS Ecosystem and TouchMix. Equally important, their extensive experience will represent solutions at some of the largest AV installations in Florida, making them an ideal partner to continue momentum in the region.”

“QSC has always been a pillar of quality and service in our industry, which is why we are so thrilled to become stewards for their brand. We plan on harnessing our 30+ years in the region to deliver smart, end-user focused solution offerings that represents the innovation of QSC end-to-end portfolio,” said Clinton Muntean, President of Mainline Marketing.

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