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ICTA names USL Manufacturer of the Year

Aug 8, 2014

USL, Inc. received the prestigious Teddy Award as the Manufacturer of the Year at the International Cinema Technology Association (ICTA) Convention in Washington, DC. ICTA’s dealers, resellers and service providers vote on the Teddy award, which is given to a manufacturer that demonstrates a consistent dedication to innovative products, services and support to the cinema industry’s dealer network on a global level.

USL, Inc.’s VP Felicia Cashin stated, “When I started working with USL in 1987, it was my goal to establish the best customer-service department in the industry. With the continued honor of receiving Manufacturer of the Year awards, I feel we have not only achieved these goals, but continue to perform at the highest levels every year. Our front-line customer service representatives are aware that satisfying the customer is their primary goal.” This is USL’s sixth time receiving the Teddy Award.

Jack Cashin, founder and president of USL, stated, “We are delighted to be selected for our sixth Teddy Award by the dealers and integrators of ICTA. Our relationship with our dealers has always meant a great deal to all of us at USL and we appreciate their continued confidence in our company, our products and reliance on our customer service and support.”

USL, Inc. has been a supporting member of ICTA since 1988. ICTA was founded in 1971 and now represents more than 180 manufacturers and cinema-related business worldwide.


ICTA names USL Manufacturer of the Year

Aug 8, 2014

USL, Inc. received the prestigious Teddy Award as the Manufacturer of the Year at the International Cinema Technology Association (ICTA) Convention in Washington, DC. ICTA’s dealers, resellers and service providers vote on the Teddy award, which is given to a manufacturer that demonstrates a consistent dedication to innovative products, services and support to the cinema industry’s dealer network on a global level.

USL, Inc.’s VP Felicia Cashin stated, “When I started working with USL in 1987, it was my goal to establish the best customer-service department in the industry. With the continued honor of receiving Manufacturer of the Year awards, I feel we have not only achieved these goals, but continue to perform at the highest levels every year. Our front-line customer service representatives are aware that satisfying the customer is their primary goal.” This is USL’s sixth time receiving the Teddy Award.

Jack Cashin, founder and president of USL, stated, “We are delighted to be selected for our sixth Teddy Award by the dealers and integrators of ICTA. Our relationship with our dealers has always meant a great deal to all of us at USL and we appreciate their continued confidence in our company, our products and reliance on our customer service and support.”

USL, Inc. has been a supporting member of ICTA since 1988. ICTA was founded in 1971 and now represents more than 180 manufacturers and cinema-related business worldwide.

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