“This year we’re especially proud of the Top 50 and Top 100,” said Solomon Daniels, editor-in-chief of Mobile Electronics. “Despite a challenging climate for small business in general and specialist retailers in particular, these stores and individuals have maintained the focus necessary to continually elevate their skill sets, provide exemplary service and act as ideal ambassadors of our industry to their customers and peers.”
Achieving their place on the Top 50 Retailers and Top 100 Installers lists couldn’t come at a better or more monumental time for EAS. EAS just celebrated its five-year anniversary on June 2nd at Pikes Peak International Raceway with a number of fun events for auto enthusiasts raising several thousand dollars for Wounded Warriors. EAS is also gearing up to open their next great location later this summer, tentatively scheduled to open September 1st. Sam Teeters, founder of EAS, says “Being recognized by Mobile Electronics Magazine is an incredible honor. It goes to show that if you continue to strive for perfection in your trade, don’t cheapen your standards, and treat each customer as if they are your only customer, you will be noticed.”
Cameron Boutin is taking his recognition in stride. Being one of the younger installers at EAS, Cameron came through the door wanting to learn how to install like the best. Through great mentoring, a lot of hard work, and the keen eye of industry icon, Bryan Schmitt, Cameron has quickly earned his place as one of the Top 100 Installers, nationwide. Cameron has accomplished in a few years what some guys work a lifetime for.
To help EAS and Cameron reach their next goal of obtaining the number one spots in the competition you can vote for them now at http://www.me-
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