Mojave Audio president Dusty
Wakeman (left) and Audio Agent
president Dave Christenson.
Burbank, CA (May 19, 2009)--Mojave Audio, founded by David Royer (known for his work with ribbon microphones), has selected Audio Agent to represent the company's sales efforts in key US territories.
Providing sales representation and strategic consulting within the professional audio and MI (musical instrument) communities, Audio Agent will be tasked with increasing Mojave Audio's presence in the territories of the metropolitan New York/Tri-State region, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, Texas, and the key Western states of California, Oregon and Washington.
With offices in Seattle, Los Angeles, Nashville, Austin and New York, Audio Agent, in addition to sales representation, offers international distribution management and marketing services. Dave Christenson, Audio Agent's president, commented on his company's new relationship with Mojave Audio: "Mojave Audio is quickly gaining traction as an essential microphone brand. After listening to these microphones, top engineers, producers and studio owners are unanimously excited by their rich, warm sound and exceptional value. Our company spent considerable time and effort landing this all-important account, and all of us at Audio Agent are committed to taking Mojave Audio to the next level. We are delighted to be representing the company throughout these strategic territories."
"We're very pleased to have the entire Audio Agent team joining our effort," said Dusty Wakeman, Mojave Audio's president. "These several territories are vitally important regions that are home to a high percentage of major recording and sound for picture projects. Having a thorough understanding of these areas and the intricacies involved when conducting business there requires a unique perspective and a level of market sensitivity that can only be acquired through experience within these areas. I'm confident the Audio Agent team will produce the results we're looking for, and I look forward to working with them."