A-Line Acoustics News


Caption: An NSCA Expo attendee drops his business card in the Atlas
Sound drawing as he's greeted by an NSCA Education Foundation staff

(PHOENIX, AZ) - Atlas Sound announces that three lucky 2006 NSCA
giveaway entrants were awarded valuable prizes including a Syn-Aud-
Con scholarship, new Atlas Sound CP700 power amplifier and an MTX
Audio powered subwoofer. Winners Dave Stuart of Acoustical Audio
Design, Bill Thrasher v2.0 of Avyve, and Eric Pena of Avidex were
drawn at random from entries gathered during the show. In addition
to the giveaway, Atlas Sound also made a donation to the NSCA
Education Foundation. With this donation, Atlas Sound continued its
six year membership to the foundation's President's Club.

Dave Stuart, the lucky winner of the NSCA giveaway won a scholarship
for a week long "Sound Reinforcement for Operators and Technicians"
educational seminar donated by Syn-Aud-Con with travel expenses paid
by Atlas Sound- a prize valued at over $2,000. The first runner up
in the drawing, Bill Thrasher v2.0, received a brand new Atlas Sound
CP700 power amplifier with the second runner up, Eric Pena,
receiving an MTX Audio SW1515 powered subwoofer.

"The turnout for our giveaway this year was incredible," said Steve
Young, Vice President of Marketing for Atlas Sound. "As soon as
people saw that they could win a Syn-Aud-Con seminar, they were
gathering in crowds waiting to enter. Syn-Aud-Con's educational
sessions offer any commercial sound professional extensive knowledge
that will help him or her stay on the leading-edge. These seminars
have changed people's lives and certainly made them better at what
they do. And of course, a new amp or stadium horn from Atlas Sound
is an exciting prize for the runners up!"

Upon his completion of the Syn-Aud-Con seminar, Dave Stuart will
have received valuable knowledge on how to properly operate a sound
system and the theory behind how a sound system works. Ultimately,
this seminar works toward the goal of continuing the education of
those in the commercial sound industry.