Electrolux last week announced plans to expand its headquarters in Charlotte, which will cost $85 million and add 810 local jobs.
Electrolux donated $140,000 in room air-conditioning units to the Crisis Assistance Ministry to aid residents of Charlotte, NC, who were impacted by unprecedented weather conditions in the area. The July 6 donation provided 940 units to the agency for immediate distribution to the neediest members in the community.
"We are committed to giving back to Charlotte and to supporting those who are at real risk from the recent high temperatures," said Jack Truong, president and CEO of Electrolux Major Appliances North America.
Control4 this week announced that it will offer dealer training in more than 60 cities worldwide this year, in a tour lasting from March through August.
TruAudio announced Tuesday that it will go to a factory-direct model effective next month, using four U.S. sales regions.
SnapAV announced Tuesday that it has doubled the size of one facility and opened another.
Freeman's Stereo Video is a seven-store retailer in the Charlotte, North Carolina area specializing in aftermarket car and marine electronics. The company, started by John Freeman in a small tin storage building 25 years ago, continues to diversify their products and services to remain at the top of their game.