Gruv Gear Teams Up With Hosa Technology For USA Distribution
Gruv Gear is delighted to announce they will be joining forces with Hosa Technology Inc. for USA distribution of their products.
Established in 1984, Hosa is a leading supplier of analog and digital connectivity solutions to the musical instrument and professional audio industries. Professional and enthusiast musicians alike reply on the company’s comprehensive, consumer driven inventory of audio, video and computer products. Mayumi Allison CEO of Hosa said: ‘Gruv Gear has been dedicated to creating innovative products since its inception. Today, the Hosa family is excited to embark on a journey to get Gruv Gear’s products to more people than ever before. We are confident the combination of Hosa’s reach and experience in the music instrument space and Gruv Gear’s product innovation will make this a fruitful partnership for years to come.’
Hosa will be stocking a range of Gruv Gear’s unique and inventive products including: –
- Tech bags and cases specifically designed with mobile creatives and jetsetters in mind, such as the Club Bag and SLNG
- FretWrap string dampeners for guitarists, bassists and players of other stringed instruments.
- Adjustable, padded guitar and bass straps, including the ergonomically designed John Patitucci Signature Strap
- Practical and user friendly guitar and bass bags such as the innovative GigBlade and Kapsule
‘We connected with Hosa way back in 2010 when we first launched our company,’ shares Jay Baldemor, President of Gruv Gear. ‘I’m thrilled to join forces to bring our products across US retailers in a bigger way! Mayumi, Jose and the rest of the Hosa team have been awesome and I love their passion for excellence; we’re honored to be working with them.’
To find out more about Hosa Technology Inc. please go to hosatech.com/. To find out more about Gruv Gear, distributed in more than sixty countries, please go to gruvgear.com/.
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