It was déjà vu all over again for CHAUVET DJ at NAMM. Just as it did at last January’s show, the company received two of the music and entertainment product industry’s most prestigious honors, winning the MMR Dealers Choice Lighting Line of the Year Award, and having its Swarm 4 FX recognized by Music & Sound Retailer as the Best Lighting Product of the Year. Both awards are determined by dealer voting.
“We are humbled and honored by this repeated recognition,” said Berenice Chauvet, vice president of Chauvet. “What makes these awards especially important to us is that they’re the result of voting by the dealers who interface with our ultimate end-user customers every day. Winning the awards repeatedly is a tribute to our team’s ongoing efforts to provide our dealers and their customers with high quality products and service on a consistent basis.”
This year’s NAMM Show actually marked the third consecutive time that CHAUVET DJ was voted Lighting Line of the Year by dealers in the MMR Dealers Choice poll. In announcing the award, MMR wrote: “What’s there to be said about CHAUVET DJ that hasn’t already been printed in the pages of this annual write-up? Innovative features, reliability, unmatched customer service, and competitive pricing make the entire line of CHAUVET DJ tough to beat in this category.”
Indeed, groundbreaking products like the Swarm 4 FX are a key reason why CHAUVET DJ is held in such high regard by dealers. Combining dual quad-color moonflower effects, a red/green laser and white strobe in a single compact package, the affordable fixture makes it easy for end-users to create a dynamic lightshow. Dealers who voted it the Music & Sound Retailer Best Lighting Product of the Year, recognized the Swarm 4 FX not just because it’s a popular seller, but also because it’s a reliable product backed by a company with a strong commitment to service.
“Quality, innovative products are only part of the equation for us,” said Chauvet. “Our company is also built on service and listening to customers. Dealers play a key role in helping us in these areas, which is why they also deserve credit for any honors we receive.”