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Ask Mike Your Tough Chief Questions

We figured we’d start an easy way for anyone to get a hold of Mike to answer mount related questions – or really any question for that matter. If an inquiry goes beyond installation and into other areas, we’re pretty sure Mike can find someone in the building that can answer it.

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Come to the Canada Road Show

The Chief & Da-Lite Road Show is coming to Eastern Canada! We’re packing up our new products and visiting Halifax, Quebec City, Montreal and Ottawa. Join us for a product tour with hands-on demonstrations of our latest technologies: Chief ConnexSys Video Wall Mounting System In-Wall & Above-Ceiling Storage Kontour Monitor Mounts Fusion Video Conferencing Cart [...]

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Chief Expands Mobile XL Cart Solutions

“We saw a need for greater stability to support the extra large displays and touch panels that were on the market,” said Kathryn Gaskell, Product Manager. “Fusion’s extra large carts come with the versatility needed to support rack-mounted equipment and even two displays at once.”

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Chief Releases New Plenum Rated Ceiling Storage Boxes

Posted on by joelhagen

Chief  has redesigned above-ceiling boxes to help installers by eliminating common problems encountered on the job. “The new boxes are easy to work with on site and allow installers to better place projectors and equipment,” said Luke Westin, Product Manager. “It’s a great solution for non-permanent conference rooms.” Installer feedback led Chief engineers to design [...]

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Getting to Know Customers is Our #1 Priority at InfoComm

At the Chief booth, we took this social aspect of InfoComm to heart. We served free coffee every day for beleaguered and overwhelmed trade show attendees to put a bit of buzz in their step. “People LOVED the coffee,” said Liz Hager, Art Director. “We couldn’t brew fast enough to keep up on the first day at times.”