Sonic Alert Extra-Loud, Vibrating Alarm Clocks Now Sold Through Big-Box Retailer Fry’s Electronics

Sonic Alert announces that three key alarm clocks are to be stocked and sold through Fry’s Electronics of San Jose, CA.

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Now available at Fry’s Electronics - The Sonic Alert SB200ss dual alarm with Super Shaker™ Bed Vibrator provides wake-up assurance.

“The agreement is of mutual benefit and serves the interests and needs of the large market currently purchasing the range of consumer electronics from Fry’s,” says Ed Brink, director of sales and marketing at Sonic Alert.

Troy MI (PRWEB) May 24, 2014

Sonic Alert announces that three key alarm clocks are to be stocked and sold through Fry’s Electronics of San Jose, CA, http://www.frys.com. “The agreement is of mutual benefit and serves the interests and needs of the large market currently purchasing the range of consumer electronics from Fry’s,” says Ed Brink, director of sales and marketing at Sonic Alert.

Sonic Alert, a long-time innovator of products for the elderly and hard of hearing, continues to introduce products for aging baby-boomers as well as for younger consumers. One such "younger product" is the company’s Sonic Bomb Junior, extra-loud and vibrating alarm clock – a smaller and inexpensive version of the company’s successful original Sonic Bomb. Two other clocks will be offered through Fry’s, the SB200ss and SBD375ss, both of which feature dual alarm, vibration and user-programmable features.

Since 1985, Fry’s has been providing high-tech solutions and is an established American big-box store and retailer of software, consumer electronics, computer hardware, providing in-store computer repair and custom computer building services, as well as household appliances. Fry’s sells and services its customers online and through a growing chain of superstores. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Fry’s began with a single store located in Sunnyvale, California, and has grown to 34. There are currently 8 stores in Northern California, 9 in Southern California, 8 in Texas, 2 in Arizona, 2 in Georgia, and 1 each in Illinois, Indiana, Nevada, Oregon and Washington.

For more information, contact Sonic Alert: 1050 East Maple, Troy, MI 48083; phone: 248-577-5400; fax 248-577-5433, or visit http://www.sonicalert.com. Sonic Alert provides products to improve the lives of the hard-to-wake, elderly and the hard of hearing. They are committed to continually producing new and innovative products that fill their customers’ needs.


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