It’s been a long, cold winter indeed. With the increase in temperatures, many families are planning their summer calendar with outdoor adventures and getaway vacations. However, the reality of high gasoline prices, hefty airfare rates and hotel rooms has had many thinking again about implementing a Staycation.
If you’re thinking that 4K Television is another 3D Gimmick, think again. The ultra 4K release has realized a new way of television viewing and yes, it is all about the resolution. Actually 4X the resolution of the standard HD television sold in the market today.
With holiday shopping and Boxing Day deals, we can expect to see 4K make a powerful entrance this holiday season and here are a few reasons why.
H2 Systems has a surprise for you! Grab this month’s issue of Chill Magazine (distributed at Beer Store Locations in Ontario) and enter the 10th Anniversary Chill Contest where you’ll be one step closer to owning the basement stadium of your dreams.
One lucky winner will receive a basement stadium equipped with a 110-inch screen, an HD projector, top-of-the-line stadium seating, in wall speakers, and everything else you will need to upgrade your man cave experience. The man cave prize from H2 Systems is valued at $15,000.00.
Clinton Howell, founder and Owner of H2 Systems Inc., indicates that this contest is already creating a huge buzz in Ontario.
“Chill Magazine is widely read,” says Howell. “This time of the year is especially unique because this is when all the sports games are happening – the World Series is on, and now the NFL, NBA and NHL seasons are in full swing.”
In 2003, Chill publishing manager Scotty Stevenson seized the opportunity by creating an all-encompassing Canadian men’s magazine shortly after Sport’s Illustrated became available in Canada.
“Most men are more than their stereotype of sports, women, and nights out on the town. I have always had a passion for publishing and, ten years ago, my vision was to create a Reader’s Digest for Men.” states Stevenson “Chill has a variety of topics that appeal to men after 5 and on weekends. With topics like entertainment, recipe, style, and weekend warriors (a section about guy’s passions), our magazine appeals to every man in Canada.
Chill’s 10th anniversary contest will run for two months where Stevenson will be busy promoting and advertising their accomplishment through media venues sports radio, Fan 590 and on their various social media platforms.
What does Scott want to do after the winner has been announced? “I am hoping to Chill and that’s the truth.”
This month’s issue features a cover story on Don Cherry and Coaches Corner. Chill Magazine is never hard to find as it’s always near the check-out counter at the Beer Store. You can also enter the contest online at: http://www.chillmedia.com and check out our article, The Ultimate Basement Stadium in Chill online or in print.
In the past month, we took home the Gold Award for $101,000 to $150,000 in Best Technical Design, and the Bronze Award for $100,000 and under in Best Technical Design from CEDIA (The Custom Design & Installation Association) and we were nominated for the Business Excellence Award from the Burlington Chamber of Commerce.
“It’s been a great Fall for H2 Systems.” states Howell.
[gallery type="slideshow" link="file" ids="322,323,325,327,328,326,324"] H2 Systems attended the 2013 CEDIA EXPO last week in Denver Colorado. Over the past year, our team submitted six projects for consideration into the CEDIA Electronic Lifestyle Awards. We are proud to announce that we won Gold for Best Technical Design for our custom home theatre design.
There has been a dramatic increase of Summer Music Festivals in Ontario. From the best in rock and country to showcasing local talent, local communities, who host summer music festival, realizes that festivals increase tourism and generates income for local businesses while supporting the Arts. No matter how great the food and craft vendors, every music enthusiast evaluates the success of these festivals based on the sound quality. Most would agree that there is nothing worse than attending a music festival only to be pillaged with too much bass, clarity issues, or consistent interruptions. The importance of sound quality is no different with a custom home theatre or media room. When enthusiasts retire to enjoy a movie or listen to music, they anticipate the best in sound from their investment.
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