“Our helicopters offer a precision-flying experience like no other. These are not for small kids; they’re for big kids, like me, and I can tell you that they are addictive," CEO Robert Goldy said.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) July 12, 2010
Protocol, a leading maker of men’s gifts in the U.S., will launch a new remote control helicopter and display other amazing, one-of-a-kind gifts and gadgets at the Atlanta Gift and Home Furnishings Market July 14-21, 2010. Protocol (http://www.ProtocolNY.com), which will exhibit in the Dugan-Bliss showroom in Display Space 1707, counts Macy’s, Lord & Taylor and Bed, Bath and Beyond among its customers, and is the retail industry’s preferred source for the cool, innovative and opportune.
Said Robert Goldy, CEO of Protocol, “We’re very excited about the items we will be displaying at the show. We have a great line of state-of-the-art tool kits, trimmer sets, flashlights, etc. But we also carry what might be the retail world’s most inclusive line of the kinds of things that help consumers really let go of worry and stress. Besides our incredible line of helicopters, we have boxing sets that are so compact that you can keep one in the corner of an office, headphones that put your right ‘there,’ rebounding putter sets, tournament dartboard sets, and much more.”
Products featured at the Atlanta show will include Protocol’s high-end but affordable line of remote control helicopters: the Sky Ranger™, Tactical Cargo™ and Skyline™. The TigerJet™, a new helicopter for the company, has a Gyro stabilizer for precise, realistic, omni-directional flight, and offers hover, up/down, right/left and forward/backward functions.
“Our helicopters offer a precision-flying experience line no other. These are not for small kids; they’re for big kids, like me, and I can tell you that they are addictive,” Goldy said.
Goldy will host a “Helicopter 101” demonstration on July 15 at 2 p.m. in Protocol’s exhibit area. In addition to seeing the company’s helicopters in action, guests will learn how to choose a high quality hobby-level helicopter and to distinguish between better and lesser quality models.
In addition to the company’s helicopter line, show attendees will see the popular Ultimate Training Set, a home-based workout system that includes a punching ball, boxing gloves, jump rope and more; the Rebounding Putting Set featuring a collapsible four-piece putter, golf ball and rebounding hole stored in a convenient travel case; a Tournament Dart Board Set; Hi-Def Headphones that provide crystal-clear sound; a Hi-Def MP3 Speaker System and other specialized gifts designed to be both fun and fashionable.
For more information about Protocol, its products or the Helicopter 101 Demonstration at the Atlanta Gift and Home Furnishings Market, visit http://www.ProtocolNY.com or call 800-261-1193 for an inventive experience.
Protocol develops and manufactures upscale, design-oriented gift and housewares products for people who appreciate high design. Its customers include major retail chains, specialty stores, and independent gift retailers throughout the U.S. and in several foreign countries. Protocol was incorporated in 1990 as The Ashley Collection, Inc. and distributed European-made silver, glass and pewter gifts for its first five years. In January 1995 the company launched its own line of contemporary products, all marketed under the Protocol trademark, and it now conducts business exclusively as Protocol.
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