Rockford Corporation partners with RNL Audio to Distribute Helix Mobile Audio Products

Rockford Corporation announced that it has partnered with Pompano Beach, Fla.-based RNL Audio to carry and distribute the Helix brand in Florida and the Caribbean, effective immediately.

“RNL Audio is a family-owned business, and one of the fastest growing distributors in Florida,” said Dan McLeod, Rockford Corporation director of sales. “The combination of the two proves their dedication to the industry and how valued they are to both manufacturers and their customers. With Florida and the Caribbean being such important territories, RNL will be a great partner to bring Helix to these customer bases.”

RNL Audio will carry the complete Helix line of products, including amplifiers, loudspeakers, subwoofers, and processers.

"The Helix brand is consistent with the go-to-market strategy of RNL, which is offering good, better, best options to the trade,” explained Dennis Andruskiewicz, president/co-owner of RNL Audio. “Our goal is to be able to satisfy the demand in the marketplace with products of all prices and performance levels, thus allowing us to be a one-stop-shop supplier of all tiers of products.”

For more information on Rockford Corporation, Helix, and Brax, please visit www.rockfordcorp.com.

 

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