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Audiovox Electronics Corp., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Audiovox Corporation, had added Bill Brown, a seasoned mobile electronics executive, to its Mobile Electronics Technical Support Team. Brown joins the company as Manager, Tech Services.

"Customer Support has always been one of the defining attributes of our retail and expeditor relationships and we believe we have the best Tech Support Team in the industry. That said, today’s announcement is further confirmation of our commitment to unparalleled service as we continue to dedicate resources and expand our group, even in a challenging economic climate," said Tom

Audiovox, a Hauppauge, N.Y.-based marketer of automotive entertainment, vehicle security and consumer electronics products, recently showcased its line of aftermarket collision avoidance products at the “Kids and Cars” conference in Washington D.C. The conference helped reintroduce the Cameron Gulbransen Kids and Cars Safety Act 2007. Sponsored by Senators Hilary Clinton (D-NY) and John Sununu (R-NY), the legislation addresses vehicle and child safety, especially to help prevent children from being run over because they can’t be seen behind vehicles. Representatives Peter King (R-NY) and Janice Schakowsky (D-Ill.) introduced a companion bill in the U.S. House of Representatives. Audiovox took the opportunity to demonstrate its latest

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