Have a Scoop of Ice Cream on Ben & Jerry’s
A special thanks goes out to Chris Seymour of Seymour A/V for hooking up a deal to get Jerry Greenfield, Co-Founder of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream - the company that brings us ultimate combinations of worldly tastiness, who will be attending our 2008 SOTU Event on Friday October 24th around lunch time to personally scoop for you some of his complementary (e.g. "hey, nice shirt") ice cream. Currently enjoying his Center Stage screen, Jerry is a new addition to the world of those that enjoy home theater, quality acoustic and video experiences and is happy to partake in the activities at our event.
At the Audioholics SOTU event, Seymour AV will be raffling off a $1000 credit toward any product with the proceeds going to the National Center for Conservation Science & Policy. The NCCSP is a non-profit organization that combs through conservation science's research studies and focuses the messages into actionable form for the community and our politicians. If you're considering one of our screens or some amps, you could realize enough savings from the auction to pay for your trip, do some environmental good and have some fun in the process.
> REGISTER NOW < to get the latest SCOOP on new industry products and technologies. We have a BIG announcement to make on Monday from a new exhibitor that will be debuting a new flagship receiver with an impressive room correction system never before productized in an A/V receiver. As a result we are extending the Registration Deadline to October 9th so don't miss out!
Steve's was my favorite, it was a heavy, low air ice cream.
It was available nationally, in the eighties. It came in the pint containers like Ben & Jerry does today.
He's now opened 5 or 6 places under his last name, Herrell's. Mostly in the MA area.
My favorite ice cream these days is Starbuck's Java Chip. Mmm, mmm, good.
Nestle's makes the best ice-cream, I should know,lol.
28 years, 1 month and 3 days (give or take) at an ice-cream plant!
Yeah, I got the Outlaw news letter announcing the Tannov room correction used in Sherwood's flagship receiver and will be used in their upcoming processor separate. But is Sherwood a "new" exhibitor? I really don't know.
Also, for &1,399 (preorder) and offerng Realta for video is a steal (from Outlaw Audio).
It's a steal if it works properly. Sherwood has been plagued with problems and delayed fixes. If it takes them 2 years to release a product guess how long will it take them to release a firmware fix...............last time it was a year!