June 13, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger
Black jack, poker, roulette ... Crestron?
The home control manufacturer has made its way into more than just the affluent homes of Sin City, opening up a new Crestron Experience Center in Las Vegas just two blocks off the Strip.
Two years after having opened an office in Vegas, the Rockleigh, NJ-based company plans to open the doors to a new 5,000-square-foot facility on July 1.
Crestron says the goal of its Las Vegas Experience Center is to offer customer support and dealer and partner training, with some heavy lifting going to system designing, programming and support for Vegas’ many hotels and casinos.
There will be a state-of-the-art Crestron Technical Institute classroom filled with the latest products for hands-on experience. Also on hand will be “proof of concept” venues to showcase the complete Crestron experience for areas such as hospitality suites, guest rooms and boardrooms.
Guess the only question for visitors of Crestron-Las Vegas: drinks on the house?
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