Prior to the start of the event, Bergen County (NJ) Executive Dennis McNerney presented a Certificate of Commendation to Crestron Founder and President George Feldstein. At 2pm ET, Mr. Feldstein addressed the audience, expressing his appreciation for everyone’s time and

participation, and his positive outlook, commenting, “During these hard economic times, Crestron has actually been hiring. We’ve continued to grow because we believe in America and we’re optimistic about the economy.”

“During a troubled time [Crestron] is a bright spot, and this is the kind of new technology that can used to meet the demands for green energy and energy efficiency,” stated David Socolow, Commissioner, NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development. “We believe that this will be the kind of company that will lead New Jersey out of this recession.”

The center is a compelling destination location for dealers and clients, and one of the highlights of a complete tour of the Crestron campus, a small city dedicated to innovation, engineering and client support. In addition to the Experience Center, tours will also be available in the 100,000 square foot Research Center, where more than 350 engineers are developing the products and technologies of tomorrow; the 150,000 square foot manufacturing plant; the 50,000 square foot pre-production facility, and the 50,000 square foot worldwide distribution center. These appointment-only tours will provide a compelling, in-depth look into the world of Crestron, to fully understand and appreciate the level of commitment, investment and expertise of Crestron, and why it’s the global leader in digital HD technology and control solutions.

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