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VUE looks to continue growth with new hires

VUE Audiotechnik has announced three appointments to its engineering and sales teams as part of the company’s continued expansion, following a strong 2017.

George Dreyer (pictured left) has joined as senior product engineer, while Jon Garner (centre) and Brandon Rinas (right) have been named as the company’s newest sales representatives, with all three based out of VUE’s headquarters in Escondido, California.

“Ask any VUE client and they’ll tell you the attention and expertise they get from our team is matched only by our impeccable product performance,” said Ken Berger, VUE founder and CEO. “Thanks to our clients’ continued faith in us, we just wrapped up the best year thus far. To sustain that growth and our benchmark performance levels, I’m thrilled to welcome George to our engineering group, and Jon and Brandon to the sales team. I am excited to have them join the rest of the VUE family in bringing the future of live sound technology to market — today.”

George Dreyer, senior engineer, brings 25 years of electrical and professional speaker design experience with Alesis and Carvin to VUE. He will lead amplifier and electronic development, along with being instrumental in bringing VUE’s aggressive innovative new product roadmap to market.

Jon Garner, sales representative, has an eight-year track record in sales management, inside sales and tech support with Powersoft, and a background in electronics and electrical engineering. His main focus will be on expanding VUE’s growing momentum in live sound and touring.

Brandon Rinas, sales representative, house of worship systems, has an extensive background in live sound reinforcement, studio engineering and custom audio visual installations. He started his career 14 years ago as an engineer with Sound Image and moved to their contracting division. His main focus will be on furthering VUE’s already strong reach into the house of worship market.