Syntax-Brillian has expanded its Olevia brand by making deals with new partners in North and South America and Asia. In North America, the manufacturer has signed with Circuit City outlet The Source, Queen City, Digital Delivery Group and Pamida. They’ve also launched a marketing program involving ESPN and other ABC properties which begins in September and will last until March of next year.
Grupo-Denim will introduce Olevia LCDs in Venezuela, while a joint venture of Syntax-Brillian and Group Senna of Brazil (Olevia Senna do Brasil) will handle Brazil. South China House of Technology will distribute the brand in mainland China and Hong Kong.
Syntax-Brillian CEO Vincent Sollitto said, “These agreements ensure that Olevia is well positioned in the biggest consumer electronics markets in the world, available to millions of consumers and supported by experienced partners and strategic marketing programs that will continue to drive consumer awareness and brand preference worldwide.”
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