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WEST CHESTER, PA, MAY 16, 2008—Aviom, exclusive developer of the world’s premier audio transport technology, A-Net®, is pleased to welcome Shawn Stahmer as National Sales Director for the U.S. and Canada.


An industry veteran, Stahmer has 17 years of experience as a product manager, regional sales manager, national sales manager, and managing director at Shure. Stahmer brings to Aviom his pro audio industry experience in strategic planning, business development, sales management and product development.

“We are very excited to have Shawn join the Aviom team,” says Mike McGinn, Aviom’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing. “He has proven experience and leadership in identifying growth opportunities, defining business strategies, and successfully launching new products and initiatives.”

In addition to overseeing sales in the U.S. and Canada, Stahmer will have direct responsibility for Aviom’s rep firms in the northern central US and Canada.

Aviom is the world leader and pioneer of personal monitor mixing technology with the popular Pro16® Series, as well as the exclusive developer of the revolutionary Pro64® Series of audio networking products. All Aviom products are powered by A-Net®, the company’s groundbreaking high-speed digital audio transmission protocol. Aviom products solve problems in a variety of different environments, including live sound reinforcement, audio recording studios, houses of worship, theater, broadcasting and post-production facilities and a host of commercial installations. Aviom’s entire line of high-quality professional audio products are designed and manufactured in the USA.

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