Stampede Distribution Center Opens in Georgia
Stampede Presentation Products has opened a distribution center in Duluth, Georgia for dealers in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina.

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November 08, 2012 By CI Staff

Stampede Presentation Products has opened a new distribution center in Duluth, Georgia, the company’s fourth location in the United States.

The distribution center, located at 1500 Boggs Road in Duluth, Georgia, will serve dealers in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina, and a portion of the southwest territory.

The center will help launch Stampede’s new end-user centric Unified Communications demonstration center and will feature a video conferencing technologies showroom.

“This new distribution center will provide our dealers in the southeast and southwest with low cost, fast and efficient shipping services,” says Stampede president and COO Kevin Kelly. “The center will also serve as our first Unified Communications demonstration center that will display the latest visual conferencing technologies available.”

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Stampede also has distribution centers in Buffalo, Phoenix and Miami. Development has begun on new facilities that will open in the western region of the United States.

“Our goal is to establish additional distribution centers around the country, so we can localize product inventories and provide Stampede dealers with low cost and fast shipment deliveries, wherever they are located,” says Kelly. “We plan to keep expanding throughout the country and already have plans for the western region. Soon, every Stampede dealer in the country will have a local distribution center that will undoubtedly enhance their business.”

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