MartinLogan Ends Online Partnership with Amazon and Other Retailers

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MartinLogan-logo.jpgMartinLogan has announced that the company will no longer sell its products through Amazon.com and other current online retailers. The company has decided to "reset the way they do business on the internet" and will move forward with just a small number of carefully selected online retail partners. Those partners will be announced in late September.

From MartinLogan
MartinLogan is pleased to announce a complete reset in the way they do business on the internet. As a first step, MartinLogan will be dissolving their direct partnership with Amazon.com and other online retailers. MartinLogan will move forward with a limited number of customer-centric online retail partners chosen based on their reputation in the industry, consultative web based sales/service methods, brick and mortar retail presence, and historical dedication to the MartinLogan brand.

Allan Tarrant, MartinLogan Vice President of Sales-North America, says, "Our focus on brick and mortar retail dealers with experienced associates has always ensured customers get an incredible buying experience. We feel it's time to improve that experience online, while further supporting our traditional retail partners."

MartinLogan's online retail partners will be officially announced in late September.

Additional Resources
• Visit the MartinLogan website for more information.
MartinLogan Cadence Three-Channel Soundbar Reviewed at HomeTheaterReview.com.


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