“In late 2010 prior to the SEMA Show, we re-introduced our ‘Audiobahn is Back’ promotional campaign aimed primarily at industry insiders & media contacts, dealers and retail customers,” said Nasser Abo Abdo of Investech Audio Group, parent company of Audiobahn. “Then immediately following the 2011 International CES Show, we released our extended marketing and promotions campaign to reach our target audience-- car audio enthusiasts around the world.”
In January 2011, Audiobahn unveiled their complete product line-up including the new-and-improved Immortal Series Subwoofer, the fierce A50005J Intake Series Amplifier, the popular Low-Profile Subwoofers and the all-new DJ Pro Series Speakers and DJ Headsets. They rolled out a full promotional campaign introducing their products with a new company website, Facebook/Twitter/
Audiobahn’s ad campaign can be seen on websites such as DUB Magazine (dubmag.net)
The ads were produced and managed by Audiobahn’s Los Angeles-based marketing agency, RAINDEO | BEAUTIFUL.
“The Audiobahn marketing campaign for 2011 is in full-force,”
Audiobahn is a worldwide leader of car audio entertainment. Since 1997, Audiobahn continues its commitment to provide innovative car audio technology and award-winning designs. The company manufacturers premiere, high-performance audio equipment for the automotive after-market industry. Audiobahn is headquartered in Buena Park, California and is owned by parent company, Investech Audio Group.
Over the years, Audiobahn has been known just as much for its lifestyle marketing as it has for its line of exceptional car audio products. In addition to single-handedly setting trends and changing the face of mobile entertainment, celebrities and brand ambassadors in music, sports, television, film, music videos, video games and toys have embraced Audiobahn’s dominance.
For more information on Audiobahn visit www.audiobahn.com or follow them on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
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