NSCA Education Foundation Announces Sponsor Lineup For Drunk Unkles At InfoComm 2014

Event raises funds for advancing educational opportunities in the electronic systems integration industry

By PSW Staff May 15, 2014

The NSCA Education Foundation has announced the sponsor lineup for the annual Drunk Unkles fundraising party and performance on the opening day of InfoComm14 exhibits, Wednesday, June 18, 2014.

Dubbed “Insanity at Vanity,” the Drunk Unkles event will open to attendees at 8:30 pm on the 18th at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas.

Industry companies and organizations stepping up to help with fundraising include AMX, AV Services, Barco, Biamp, Chief, Christie, FSR, IVCi, Liberty AV Solutions, NEC, Prysm, rp Visual Solutions, Sennheiser, Sharp, Stewart Filmscreen, SurgeX, Synnex, West Penn Wire, and Whitlock.

The event’s success is also due to Drunk Unkles members and their supporting sponsor companies: Felix Robinson from AVI-SPL, Mike Sinclair from Audio Incorporated, Mike Phillips from BMG Hudson, John Cardone from Cardone Solomon & Associates, Marc Hochlerin from Cerami & Associates, and Steve Emspak from Shen Milsom & Wilke.

The mission of the NSCA Education Foundation, a 501c(3) charitable organization, is to advance educational opportunities by providing scholarships and awards to assist existing professionals and those pursuing careers within the low-voltage electronic systems integration industry.

Drunk Unkles’ resident Unkle, Steve Emspak, partner at Shen Milsom & Wilke, states, “Our annual party is a result of the work and stewardship of many AV professionals from leading industry companies. We could not have this event without them, and we are grateful for their sponsorship.”

NSCA Education Foundation executive director Chuck Wilson adds, “The foundation is tremendously appreciative of the work of the Drunk Unkles and their efforts to help our organization raise money for the various programs we offer. All of the men and women involved are talented, and we are amazed at the generosity of the band members and the sponsors that support this annual industry event.”

For more information on the Drunk Unkles and their efforts to raise money for the NSCA Education Foundation, visit www.drunkunkles.com or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

For an invitation to the Drunk Unkles event, visit any of the sponsors at their InfoComm14 booths. You can also visit www.drunkunkles.com or www.nscafoundation.org to print a paper copy of the invitation.

NSCA Education Foundation

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