SANTA ANA, Calif., Sept. 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- TVGear, America's newest digital store for world-class home theater and high-fidelity television accessories, announced today that it has selected Bob Gold & Associates, nationally recognized boutique industry-focused public relations agency headquartered in Southern California, to lead its PR activities and help launch its new consumer-friendly site, TVGear.com. The new e-commerce store is designed to provide a fast, simple and reliable way to purchase high-quality, top-of-the-line television accessories at factory-direct discounted prices.
On the site, consumers can buy a wide array of popular and essential TV and home theater accessories to complete any home entertainment system, including remote controls, HDMI cables, TV wall mounts, soundbars, surge protectors and much more. The products featured are manufactured by some of the most trusted names in the industry.
"We couldn't be more excited to help launch this new e-commerce site, and drive growth for a service that we're confident will benefit consumers nationwide," said Bob Gold, president and owner of Bob Gold & Associates. "If you have a TV in your home, TVGear has the products you need at prices unmatched by traditional retail stores."
The online store empowers passionate consumers by offering exacting attention to detail that sets it apart from other sites. It also offers significant savings compared to brick-and-mortar stores, with discounts averaging 20% off.
The easy-to-use website was designed with customers in mind, providing low prices, and also free ground shipping on any order exceeding $50.
For more information about TVGear, please visit: www.tvgear.com
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Bob Gold & Associates with offices in New York City, Southern California and Chicago provides strategic public relations and marketing services for the communications and high-tech industries. For more information, visit www.bobgoldpr.com.
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