Digital Antenna Partners with Leading RV Distributor
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Butler Now Offers Award-Winning Cellular Boosters SUNRISE, Fla.--(Business Wire)-- Digital Antenna Inc., leading manufacturer of antenna and cellular communication products announced Butler Sales & Service has signed a distributor agreement to sell the company's award-winning PowerMax(TM) cellular boosters. Conveniently located in Northern Indiana, Butler is a premier distributor of RV products specializing in the categories of electronics and accessories. "With nearly eighty percent of all RV manufacturers based in Indiana, Butler is a natural fit to distribute Digital Antenna products," quotes Joanne Johnson, Vice President of Operations. "We are excited about the new partnership and anticipate Butler's expertise in the RV industry will be key to increased sales of our award-winning cellular repeaters," Johnson adds. Working directly with engineering departments at several highly regarded RV manufacturers, Butler has implemented a program for select coaches to be pre-wired for Digital Antenna's PowerMax(TM) cellular boosters, creating a seamless installation for the end user. "The choice to carry Digital Antenna cellular repeaters is a sound business decision," says Mary Butler, founder and president of Butler. "We identified the products as an innovative solution for improved cellular communications and expect a tremendous response from recreational customers," she adds. Cellular boosters are a desired product among today's RV enthusiasts. PowerMax(TM) cellular repeaters offer customers the ability to travel outside normal cellular service areas, staying connected to friends, family and business contacts via cellular phone or internet. By enhancing voice and data transmissions, cellular boosters deliver peace of mind to consumers who depend on cellular devices for safety including medical and roadside emergency service. The company's PowerMax(TM) cellular repeaters improve receive and transmit signals with up to 3 watts of power, increase cell phone range up to 50 miles, reduce dropped calls and extend the life of cell phone batteries. PowerMax(TM) systems are designed for specific use in automobiles, RVs, homes, offices, and boats. All units are dual band operating on 800 and 1900 MHz and are FCC approved to operate with all U.S. and Canadian carriers including Cingular, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, Alltel and T-Mobile. Exclusive dynamic variable gain control regulates the amplifier's output to any cell carrier's tower providing clear connections. The company's cellular amplifiers and repeaters have received multiple industry awards for innovation from CES (Consumer Electronic Show), NMEA (National Marine Electronics Association) and NMMA (National Marine Manufacturers Association). About Butler Butler Sales & Service is a leading distributor of RV products with a focus on providing sales, service and solutions to manufacturers of RV equipment and accessories. Strategically located in Mishawaka, Indiana, Butler has gained a reputation among premier RV manufacturers for providing quality products at great prices. Butler was founded in 2005 and is a privately held company. www.butlersales.biz About Digital Antenna Inc. Digital Antenna Inc. leads the world in antenna and cellular communication technology with dedication to quality, performance and superior service. Located in Sunrise, Florida, the company provides premium quality antennas, cellular amplifiers and repeaters to marine and land based markets worldwide. The company's continued dedication to developing innovative products includes introduction of the first dual band cellular amplifier and first dual band wireless cellular amplifier/repeater. All products are made in the USA. For additional information on Digital Antenna Inc. or product offerings, visit www.digitalantenna.com or call toll free 877-433-7007. Digital Antenna Inc., Sunrise Gary Berger, 954-747-7022 x 209 email@example.com Copyright Business Wire 2008
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