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Business Observer Sunday, Dec. 20, 2020 1 year ago

Area electronics company expands in Southwest with deal

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Dow Electronics looks for growth in Arizona, New Mexico and Nevada.

TAMPA — Consumer electronics distributor Dow Electronics recently acquired AV Warehouse, a Scottsdale, Ariz.-based audio-video warehouse.

Terms of the acquisition weren’t disclosed.

The acquisition brings Tampa-based Dow new customers and new vendors, according to a statement, and increases territory agreements with current Dow vendors to cover Arizona, New Mexico, Metro Las Vegas and more. The acquisition also sets up Dow for future growth with new vendors, territory and customers, the release adds.

“This acquisition continues Dow’s growth and expansion in the custom integration industry,” Dow President and CEO John Yodzis says in the statement. “We are very excited to start building lasting relationships with new customers and vendor partners. Our team is ready to show customers the benefits and support available when doing business with Dow. In addition, I want to thank our existing vendor partners, who’s support has been tremendous in helping us achieve our vision.”

“We appreciate Dow’s commitment to the industry and to its customers,” adds Patrick Boyer, general manager of AV Warehouse, in the release. “With new product opportunities and Dow’s customer service, we believe our customers are in good hands. We look forward to continuing to support the customers and Dow in our role as manufacturer reps.”

Dow Electronics is one of the largest independently owned and operated electronics distributors, servicing independent retailers in the Southern United States for 61 years.

 

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