Rock-Ola Rocks Old No. 7
May 19, 2010 – Torrance, CA – Rock-Ola today announced that the firm will offer its Jack Daniels Jukebox for sale to the public. Previously, the Jack Daniels model was available only through specialty outlets.
Two major icons of American ingenuity and leisure culture combine in the festive Jack Daniels Jukebox. Bubble tubes on the sides and door front provide a mellow rhythm to the rotating and illuminated Jack Daniels pilasters. With its warm hues, luxurious exotic wood veneers and distinctive “Old No. 7” logo etched in the glass, the new jukebox is a perfect addition to home recreation room or bar.
The Jack Daniels Nostalgic CD Jukebox joins the Harley-Davidson Nostalgic jukeboxes in celebration of the “rugged individualist” Americans who followed their passions and poured their souls into the making of distinctive, hand-crafted products. Steadfast in their values, each of the brands – Jack Daniels, Harley-Davidson and Rock-Ola – have famously refused to capitulate to market pressure and sacrifice their respective products’ integrity. These values have elevated each of the brands in international status and have come to symbolize uncompromising quality and reliability the world over.
Suggested retail for the Jack Daniels Nostalgic CD jukebox is $8795. and it is available in both 115V and 230V (export) models. The Jack Daniels jukebox features built-in 5-speaker system with connections for external speaker set up in either single-zone stereo or dual-zone mono. As all Rock-Ola jukeboxes, the Jack Daniels is powered by a professional-grade Peavey 1600 watt amplifier and comes complete with remote control.
Dimensions: 64-1/4”H x 33-1/2”W x 26-3/4”D – 287lbs.
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 In 1935, Rockola applied his vision and employed his factory, which originally made coin-op scales and pinball machines, to the production of jukeboxes.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.