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QSC Appoints Richard Dean Associates as U.S. Representative for New England, Upstate New York

The team at Richard Dean Associates. From left: Bill King, Dick Bazirgan, JD (John Davidson), Sean Estella, Suzie Markos, and Lou DiTommaso. Not pictured: Fred Renz, who is new to RDA and who has worked with QSC products in New England for 22 years.

QSC Audio Products LLC in Costa Mesa, Calif., announces the appointment of Richard Dean Associates (RDA) in Newburyport, Mass., as its manufacturer’s representative firm for New England and Upstate New York.

With more than 30 years’ experience focused on the professional audio and musical instrument markets in the New England region, Richard Dean Associates’ reputation is bolstered by the numerous awards and accolades they have received over the years for outstanding sales achievement and performance.

“QSC is excited to have the RDA team join us as our independent sales representatives for the New England States and Upstate New York,” says Perry Celia, QSC Director of North American Sales. “Their deep industry relationships, outstanding technical knowledge, and commitment to excellence in customer service will be a great asset in the continued success of our global brand.”

“We pride ourselves on representing the best companies in our industry. You can’t always control that, so this opportunity to represent a top tier company like QSC with great products and even greater people is a dream come true for the whole team at Richard Dean Associates,” says Dick Bazirgan, Principal at RDA “We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship!”

Richard Dean Associates was established in 1975 by two partners, Richard Bazirgan and Dean Goodwin, as a manufacturers’ representative firm based in New England. Dean left the business in 1984 and Dick Bazirgan remains the sole principal. The company’s philosophy today is the same as it was in 1975.

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