Rock-Ola Open for Business in U.K.
May 26, 2010 – Torrance, CA – Rock-Ola Mfg. announces today that inventory of world-famous Rock-Ola Jukeboxes is now being stocked in their bonded U.K. warehouse. Authorized dealerships may now have immediate access to purchase from the new Eurocentric location.
In the 4th quarter of 2009, Rock-Ola assumed direct control of product distribution. Since then the firm has set-up accounts with previously established Rock-Ola dealers. With growing brand awareness, Rock-Ola is rapidly adding to its international dealer network throughout Europe. The new factory-to-dealer direct sales plan provides significant cost-saving advantages for resellers of the popular American-made jukeboxes.
“Ready availability of jukeboxes from the new warehouse distribution center allows dealers to save even more on their inventory in these challenging economic times,” said Glenn Streeter, CEO of Rock-Ola.For more information on this and the full line of Rock-Ola jukeboxes, contact:
Andrea Kowalski – Rock-Ola Sales -310.328.3736
email@example.com ~ www.Rock-Ola.com
ABOUT ROCK-OLA MANUFACTURING CORP.
Rock-Ola Manufacturing Corporation was founded in Chicago in 1927 by coin-op industry pioneer David C. Rockola. In 1935, Rockola applied his vision and employed his factory, which originally made coin-op scales and pinball machines, to the production of jukeboxes. Rock-Ola branded jukeboxes are thought to have inspired the term “Rock & Roll” – and they have unquestionably left an indelible mark on an industry that literally echoes the name in many parts of the world where “Rock-Ola” is synonymous with “jukebox.” In 1992, the Antique Apparatus Company, which manufactured the first and finest nostalgic jukeboxes, primarily for the home market, merged with Rock-Ola to create today’s best nostalgic jukeboxes. The company is online at www.rock-ola.com.