Bang & Olufsen this week opened a new showroom in Bethesda, Md. The new location includes both traditional B&O products and its new B&O Play line.
Home Entertainment Source (HES) Monday announced the addition of six new dealer members so far this year.
Apple is hoping to bring an Apple Store to the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C., but a neighborhood commission has put the kibosh on its proposed design.
Bang & Olufsen announced last week that it has opened a new showroom in Washington, D.C., its first in the nation's capitol. The 1,400-square foot store is located in the District's Logan Circle area; it joins locations in nearby McLean, Va., and Bethesda, Md.
By David Dritsas TYSONS CORNER, Va.—Jon Myer is sitting at a glass table-top desk in a modest office of Myer-Emco's new corporate headquarters. He is signing payroll checks while his large, but obedient Great Dane, Duke, curls up in one of the home theater chairs that decorates his office. It's a different company from when his father, Edward Myer, started it in 1955 with one store. Today, there are ten stores, all boasting a booming installation business. But it's not just growth in size that has made Myer-Emco successful, that is actually just a side effect of properly managing an independent regional retail chain