Crestron Will Open New Experience Center in the Heart of Las Vegas
ROCKLEIGH, NJ, June 12, 2008 — Las Vegas, one of the most rapidly growing markets in the U.S. and American hot spot destination, is now home to the new Crestron Experience Center. Located in the heart of Las Vegas, just two blocks from the world-famous “Strip” on Howard Hughes Parkway, the Crestron Las Vegas Experience Center is as big, elaborate and exciting as the casino and resort partners it’s designed to serve.
Crestron was first in the industry to commit to the Las Vegas market when it opened an office there two years ago. The new 5,000 square foot facility, scheduled to open July 1, expands the Crestron Las Vegas organization and commitment. That commitment and investment proved successful. Today, nearly every hotel, casino and resort in Las Vegas, including the new City Center Project, has standardized on Crestron to manage and control VIP suites, boardrooms, gaming rooms and operation centers.
The mission of Crestron-Las Vegas is to provide customer support and training for dealers and partners. Elite Crestron system designers, programmers and sales support are on-call and committed to fulfill the unique needs of hotels and casinos. The state-of-the-art CTI (Crestron Technical Institute) classroom features all the latest products, offering each person an interactive, hands-on experience, learning new techniques, best practices and even an exclusive glimpse at future technology in development.
Most importantly, the new expanded Experience Center provides a modern, comfortable setting for dealers and customers to see the entire line of Crestron products on display, and immerse themselves in the ultimate Crestron environment and lifestyle. Proof of concept venues, such as a guest room, hospitality suite, and boardroom, showcase Crestron luxury and convenience.
Make plans to bring the family to America’s playground this Fall to enjoy the great restaurants, entertainment, golf and spas. Register for a CTI class, visit the new Crestron Experience Center, and make it a “play-and-learn” trip.