Meyer Marketing Expands Operations

Dec 22, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors


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Meyer Marketing, one of the leading manufacturer’s rep firms for the professional A/V, musician and security markets, announced the opening of a new and expanded 50,000-square-foot headquarters, administration center and warehouse in Wellington, Fla. According to company founder and president Larry Meyer (pictured, right), the expansion underscores his group’s ongoing commitment to provide manufacturers, dealers, integrators and customers with more comprehensive, value-added support services.

“The definition of a manufacturer’s rep firm in 2003 is radically different from that when we started the company,” Meyer explained. “The difference lies in the ability of rep firms to partner manufacturers more effectively and in doing so, to provide dealers and customers with added value. By creating a more integrated supply chain from manufacturer to end-user, rep firms can help share intelligence, improve efficiency and increase responsiveness. Our new facilities here in Wellington will significantly enhance Meyer Marketing’s ability to provide this depth of support.”

Meyer Marketing has served the Florida, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean sales territories since 1964, and represented such manufacturers as Middle Atlantic Products, JBL Professional, Crown International and Allen & Heath. “Our ability to consistently provide manufacturers and dealers with business-building resources and services has largely been a function of the high quality of people we’ve had join our firm,” company VP Larry Boscarino (pictured, center) added. “Now with the expansion of the central office in Wellington, we’re positioned to take that service to an even higher level with better inventory capabilities, more advanced training facilities, and superior administration and market support.”

For more information, visit or call 800/352-8346.

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