Universal Remote Control Offering $30 Rebate
HARRISON, NEW YORK - Universal Remote Control, Inc., the leader in remote control design and manufacturing for home and professional entertainment systems, is helping consumers to "take control" of their home entertainment systems with the launch of a major new consumer mail-in rebate program that runs from October 15, 2004 through January 5, 2005.
The new Universal Remote Control "Take Control" rebate program provides additional holiday sales support for the company¹s new award-winning Unifier URC-100, Automator URC-200, and Customizer URC-300 remote controls, as well as the Expander MRF-100 RF receiver. Consumers who purchase any of the remote control units between October 15, 2004 and January 5, 2005 will receive a $10 - $20 rebate after completing and returning the mail-in rebate coupon. Consumers who purchase an Expander MRF-100 RF receiver in addition to a Unifier, Automator, or Customizer remote will receive an additional $10 rebate. Mail-in rebate coupons are available for downloading via the Internet at www.universalremote.com/rebate and at participating Universal Remote Control dealers nationwide.
"Our new IR/RF remote controls and RF receiver have received a groundswell of dealer, media, and consumer support since their introduction," explained Doug Cole, Vice President, Universal Remote Control, Inc. "We have simplified and unified the remote control function, ushering in a new era of what we call 'no more pointing A/V operation!' Our new "Take Control" rebate program will strengthen our market penetration during this very important holiday sales season."
For complete details about the new Universal Remote Control "Take Control" mail-in rebate program, dealers should contact their sales representative and consumers should visit www.universalremote.com/rebate.
About Universal Remote Control
Universal Remote Control, Inc., is a world leader in the custom design, engineering, manufacture, and distribution of high quality remote controls, home automation products and handheld devices. The company supplies millions of remote controls each year to consumers around the world through four primary channels: retail, custom professional, broadcast subscription and OEM.Clients include many leading high-end audio and video manufacturers, consumer electronics and broadcast subscription companies, including Adcom, B & K, Cablevision Systems Corp., Charter Communications, Comcast, Crestron, Denon, Faroudja, Harman/Kardon, Hughes DirecTV, Klipsch, Krell, McIntosh, Motorola, Rotel, Polk Audio, Time Warner, Toshiba, Xantech and Zenith. For more information, visit www.universalremote.com.