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WEST CHESTER, PA —Aviom, exclusive developer of the world's most powerful audio transport protocol, A-Net®, is pleased to announce that Denny McLane will now act as the company’s sales director for the western U.S. aviom_denny_mclane_headshot_infocomm-2009.jpg

McLane comes to Aviom with more than 20 years of experience in the audio industry. After starting his career as the owner of a sound contracting and rental company, McLane went to work as a product manager for Aphex Systems, director of sales and marketing for LCS Audio, and most recently as regional sales manager in the western U.S. for BSS Audio, a brand of the Harman Pro Group.

With its Pro64® Series, Aviom has expanded its product lines to include a broader range of digital snake and audio networking solutions in addition to its industry standard monitor mixing solution. McLane will help to further promote this product line in the territory. “Denny’s experience in the industry, and in audio networking sales in particular, will benefit the Aviom team, our channel partners, and the customers in his region," says Mike McGinn, Aviom's VP of sales and marketing. “His technical knowledge and experience in training will be particularly useful as we continue to develop our training programs and as we reach out to more consultants, installers, and design-build firms.”

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