Design engineer Bruce Franklin, K7DYY, was at the show with SGC to introduce and demonstrate the new MINI LINI 500 watt linear amplifier. The new amp was the star of Dayton and the SGC booth was packed with curious on-lookers from opening to closing every day. SGC held a drawing for a free MINI LINI, which was won by Lewis Erwin, KC9GGE of Pleasant Lake, IN.
Visitors to the SGC Booth
Though Dayton 2005 had a lower turn out than previous years, the SGC booth was always bustling, and the show was an overall success. The show is an opportunity to re-solidify relationships with dealers, vendors, industry leaders, customers and friends, and to have a bit of fun too! SGC was happy to see many new, prospective and long time customers at Dayton this year. Check back soon to view some of the testimonials we recorded.
Above Left: After bringing his forum group to the SGC booth to discuss Smartuners™ , Gordon West, WB6NOA posed with SGC President, Pamela Goral, KC7SFQ and the winner of the SG-211 tuner donated by SGC as a raffle prize for Friday night's QRP Banquet, Greg Jeffers, N3FYD. Above Right: SGC President, Pamela Goral poses with long time customer Helmut Meitz, OE6TXG who travelled to Dayton all the way from Austria.
SGC's Booth Setup
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