Clients Shine in CES Media Reports

If you’ve been following this blog, then you know we traveled to Las Vegas last week for the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show, where many of our clients were exhibiting. A ton of work goes into show preparation and contacting the press about our clients’ announcements, so seeing the results of this work in top-tier media outlets is always satisfying. We will continue to see media coverage out of CES for the next several months, but we’ve already generated some amazing results.

Here are some press highlights from our clients at the show:

Eton Corporation – featured nationally on Fox & Friends during a live segment from the show floor, and named one of PCWorld’s “picks” from the thousands of products seen at CES.

Dexim – this iPod/iPhone accessory company received attention in the Los Angeles Times and a great mention on VentureBeat.

Gelaskins – iLounge, one of the iPod/iPhone industry’s largest online news sources, included Gelaskins in a CES feature, as well as coverage in Canada’s national Financial Post.

ZOMM – was visited by a camera crew from MSNBC news, who is featuring the company in a January national “Your Business” segment, and also included in a CES wrap-up report from Tulsa World.

Aluratek – new products were featured on CNET during the show and in TWICE — the consumer electronics industry’s leading trade magazine.

Mimoco – the company’s newest designer flash drives were seen in the San Antonio Express News and a mention in the New York Daily News.

Stay tuned as more coverage continues to roll-in from the show! If you are looking for ways to maximize attendance at trade shows, contact us for more information.

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About Lindsey Groepper

Lindsey is BLASTmedia's president and the team's personal and professional growth champion! She loves working with passionate people, helping our clients succeed, running, reading and watching college football.

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