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John Shalam, Founder and Chairman of Voxx will attend Museum Transfer Ceremony

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John Shalam, the Founder and Chairman of Voxx International Corporation has confirmed he will be attending the Transfer Ceremony on April 27th.  

 

Mr. Shalam was instrumental in clearing the way for Klipsch to donate the Klipsch Museum of Audio History to the nonprofit corporation (Klipsch Heritage Museum Association, Inc.) that was created to operate the Museum and preserve the legacy of Paul W. Klipsch and the company he founded.

 

The Board of Trustees of the KHMA is honored to have Mr. Shalam present at the ceremony to accept and receive, in person, their sincere expression of thanks to him for allowing the Museum to become a reality.

 

Travis

Co-Chairman, Klipsch Museum Transfer

Ceremony Planning Comittee 

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Once again. I have no words. 

 

I find myself speechless these days, such an uncommon occurrence for me. 

 

Just hanging in there!

 

 

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Very nice Travis.  Thanks for the heads up.  Just another reason to get up early and try to make the event.

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He's built a great business. The more smart people there, the better. I'm not trying to keep some from being there, though:D.

SSH

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I wonder if he's been to Hope in the past? I can't help but think this is good for the Museum and the factory.

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4 hours ago, Seadog said:

I wonder if he's been to Hope in the past? I can't help but think this is good for the Museum and the factory.

Yes he has.  I can't speak for the factory, but it is great news for the Museum. 

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Met him in Hope and was both impressed as well as relieved that he and Voxx felt KGI was doing just fine without any help. 

 

Dave

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Maybe someone could ask him what it's going to take to get the Common stock up to $15? hell id settle for $14!

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He was actually a pretty cool guy.  He really appreciates the grass roots support the forum members provide.

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