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Powersoft sets sights on industry milestone with 'One Million Channels' campaign

Powersoft sets sights on industry milestone with 'One Million Channels' campaign
Colby  Ramsey

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12 July 2017: By Colby Ramsey

End users who place their orders before the end of September will be automatically entered in for a chance to win their order value in full.

Powersoft has launched a campaign called ‘One Million Channels’ as it approaches an industry milestone.

The Italian manufacturer reports that it now has almost 1 million channels of audio power spread across the world – and it needs help from its end users to get it over the line before the end of September in return for a promotional offer.

Powersoft users worldwide are being invited to visit a website where they can place their order and automatically enter a draw, which will give them the opportunity to win the value of that order in full, whatever the amount.

Each order placed via the campaign page before the end of September will be forwarded and attributed to the relevant reseller, and the winner will be decided in a random draw that will be hosted and streamed online after the goal of one million channels has been reached. The offer applies to both installation and touring amplifier platforms.

“To think that we are about to reach one million amplifier channels worldwide is mind-boggling,” said Powersoft’s brand & communications director, Francesco Fanicchi. “We wanted to promote this remarkable achievement and at the same time give something back to Powersoft users around the world who trust us with their projects every day and have helped us reach this incredible milestone. We are also extremely thankful to our partners and distributors, who have played an essential role in making Powersoft the brand that it is today.”

In 2013, Powersoft announced that it reached the milestone of delivering 600 million watts of audio power around the world, “and the prospect of crossing this new audio frontier is quite simply humbling” concluded Fanicchi.

http://www.powersoft-audio.com/