We also wanted to build a fully functional, exclusive showroom and Midwest fulfillment center. We accomplished that goal with the opening of our Fort Wayne, Indiana, facility.
Fort Wayne, IN (PRWEB) January 22, 2008
If fast growth is the key to success for entrepreneurial companies, then Babicz Guitars rapid development should be music to the ears of the guitar industry and economic development in Indiana. "Our sudden success certainly isn't luck," said Jeff Carano, COO of Babicz Guitars. "A significant investment and a great deal of experience are shaping our future." Carano and partner, Jeff Babicz, have extensive backgrounds in the guitar industry, both having worked at the famed Steinberger guitar company for several years before joining guitar giant Gibson for another five. "Plus, we have a truly revolutionary product, something unusual in the conservative music business", Mr. Carano added.
Babicz Guitars has been an outstanding example of entrepreneurial leadership in Indiana. Ron Sheets, Project Manager of the Fort Wayne-Allen County Economic Development Alliance, realized the potential of the guitar company from the beginning. "When Babicz Guitars was looking to Fort Wayne for a place to expand its operation, we could see the economic benefit it would bring to the community along with the positive impact Babicz would have toward the revitalization of our downtown arts and entertainment district." Cheryl Schuster, Business Finance Manager of the Community Development Corporation of Northeast Indiana added, "Babicz is already making their mark in this part of the state and has been an important addition to the focus of growth in our downtown improvement plans."
Strategic planning and superior instrument design have been the foundation of the company's sensational performance. "In the big picture, we are taking the lead in guitar technology by creating and manufacturing higher-end acoustic and electric guitars with distinct advantages over other guitar brands," said Jeff Babicz, CEO and chief product designer of the company. Babicz designed the "icZ" Acoustic System which consists of three patented technologies incorporated into the design of each guitar, the Lateral Compression Soundboard, the Continually Adjustable Neck, and the adjustable Torque Reducing Bridge. The Continually Adjustable Neck has already been licensed by other well known brands, including C.F. Martin and Michael Kelly Guitars. Remarked Carano, "We also wanted to build a fully functional, exclusive showroom and Midwest fulfillment center. We accomplished that goal with the opening of our Fort Wayne, Indiana, facility." In addition, Babicz Guitars has been the recipient of numerous design awards, rave reviews in trade publications, and endorsements by noted artists who attest to the superior tonal quality of the instruments. As a result, the company has doubled in revenue every year since they were founded in 2003. For more information on Babicz Guitars business news, logon to http://www.babiczguitarsnews.com.
Babicz Guitars USA is taking the lead in guitar technology to the NAMM show in Anaheim, California. At the time of publication of this release, Babicz Guitars will be busy at the largest music products trade event in the world, the International Music Products Association show. At the Babicz Guitars Booth #5397 in Hall B on January 17th and 18th, noted guitar player, Pat Travers, and Umphree's McGee guitarist, Jake Cinninger, will appear and perform. Artists and bands who use Babicz technology driven guitars are: Foreigner, Todd Rundgren, The Pretenders, Greg Allman, Black Eyed Peas, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Robert Randolph, Kansas, The Outlaws, Porcupine Tree, Mike Kineally, Paul Cotton of Poco, and Adrian Belew, among many others. For more details about Babicz Guitars, visit http://www.babiczguitars.com.