Friday, August 26, 2011


Dallas, TX (August 28, 2011) - Kenwood USA Corporation announced the appointment of Ed Meenan to the position of Eastern Regional Sales Manager for Kenwood consumer electronics products.

Dave Hoag, Vice President of Sales for Kenwood’s Consumer Electronics Sector, said; “I am very pleased to announce the selection of Ed Meenan as Kenwood’s new Eastern Region Sales Manager for the Consumer Electronics Sales Sector. Ed will be a valuable addition to the Kenwood team; perfect for dealing with the unique challenges associated with driving business throughout the Eastern Region. He brings with him the confidence of many of our key retail partners and will integrate nicely into our mutual business goals. I am delighted to welcome Ed on board.”

Meenan comes to Kenwood with over 20 years of experience in the CE industry with the majority being in Regional and National sales manager positions, most recently with Eclipse by Fujitsu Ten where he established and launched that company’s expeditor sales program. Meenan also has sales management experience at Clifford, Code Alarm and Boomerang Tracking.

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Kenwood Corporate Information

Founded in 1961, Kenwood USA Corporation is a leading developer and manufacturer of audio and video products for home, car, and personal use. Offering more than 250 products, Kenwood is one of the three largest selling brands of audio and video entertainment products in the United States and is recognized by consumers and the consumer electronics industry for providing superior quality, reliability and value.

Kenwood Communications, based in Suwanee, GA, established in 1983, maintains a leadership position in North and South America for mobile and portable two-way radios and custom systems. Clients include prominent federal, state and local government agencies and first responders and private industry including manufacturing, contracting, security, hospitality and education. Kenwood USA Corporation, based in Long Beach, CA, is the largest subsidiary of Kenwood Corporation (Japan).