Canada's Westbury National Partners With Adamson

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Westbury's Anna Pavlova, Ryan Miljus, Wilf Wagner (Head Systems Tech), Stephane Larose, Daniel Abbey and Alex Hollinger with the new Adamson rig.

Adamson Systems Engineering in Port Perry, Ontario, Canada, announces that Westbury National Show Systems, Ltd., headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, has joined the Adamson network. The announcement was made by James Oliver, director of marketing and sales for Adamson.

“Westbury has more than 45 years of experience in audio, video, lighting, staging and systems integration,” explains Oliver. “They bring a level of expertise to their growing client base that is invaluable. We are so pleased to have them join our team. I look forward to watching the organization grow the Adamson brand and reputation in both live and installed sound in Canada.”

Westbury National has offices in both Ottawa and Kingston in addition to its Toronto headquarters. A sizable E-Series rig, comprising E15 and E12 line array modules as well as E119 and E219 subwoofers, has joined its inventory of other high-end professional audio equipment. 

“We pride ourselves in staying at the forefront of trends to ensure that our clients benefit from the best possible hardware, software, equipment and processes available,” says Westbury partner Rob Sandolowich. “I have been very impressed with Adamson products and their reputation is exceptional. We have been using Adamson gear since the ’80s. They design and manufacture the most cutting edge loudspeaker products and are also a Canadian company! I am excited that Westbury can now provide their most recent technology to our customers.”

In addition, Westbury National also has a busy integrated systems division. That team recently installed an Adamson S-Series sound reinforcement system in the Main Hall and Black Box at The Great Hall, a Toronto landmark and heritage venue since 1889.

“Adamson products are versatile and offer a solution for most applications,” concludes Sandolowich. “We are looking forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship.”

For more information, visit www.adamsonsystems.com and www.westbury.com.