Crestron Sponsors DIY Network

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Crestron was a sponsor for the launch party for DIY Network's new television series Hollywood Hi-Tech, in conjunction with the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show. The event was held at the Crazy Horse Paris Theater in the MGM Grand. DIY Network revealed never-before-seen clips from the show during a special presentation featuring host and lifestyle expert, Janna Robinson, celebrity guests, and industry leaders. 

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During the special launch presentation, Crestron Executive Vice President, Randy Klein, will discussed the importance of the series to the home automation industry and Crestron's participation as a show sponsor.

"We are proud to sponsor the launch of Hollywood Hi-Tech at the Consumer Electronics Show," said Crestron Executive Vice President, Randy Klein. "The series introduces lifestyle technology products and the custom installation process to a national audience, and we are thrilled to give viewers an inside look at how the latest home technology brings luxury convenience to every home."

Hollywood Hi-Tech is the first television series dedicated to consumer electronics and custom installations in celebrity homes. The show documents Janna Robinson as she uses innovative technology to give celebrity homes the ultimate high-tech makeover. As a series sponsor, Crestron provided Hollywood Hi-Tech with the latest in home technology products.

Premiering in June 2011, the series will feature celebrities including Entourage stars Kevin Connolly and Jeremy Piven, Transformers star, Josh Duhamel, reality-TV star Khloe Kardashian and Los Angeles Lakers Forward, Lamar Odom.


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